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CITY OF KINGSTON 



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Street, Alphabetical, General, Miscellaneous 

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CLASSIFIED BUSINESS ^S^-^S 



FOR THE YEAR 1801-1802,,/^^^^ ^^\ 

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INCLUDING THE RESIDENTS OF -> 

BARRIEFIELD, GARDEN ISLAND AND 
: PORTSMOUTH. : 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



PREFACE. 



The publishers, in presenting their sixth edition of the City of 
Kingston Directory, beg to assure their patrons that every exertion 
in their power has been used to render the work as complete and 
reliable as a compilation of this kind can be. Especial care was 
necessary in the arrangement of the Street Directory, owing to the 
great irregularity in the numbering of the houses. For any errors 
that may be discovered we request a lenient criticism. We return 
our thanks to our patrons and gratefully acknowledge the univer- 
sal courtesy and generous aid our agents received during their 

canvas. 

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Page 

Alphabetical Directory 88 

Aucient Order of Foresters viii 

Ancient Order of Workmen... viii 

Banks and Officials x 

Barriefield 5 

Canadian Order Odd Fellows . vii 

Catholic Societies ix 

Church Directory iii 

City Council i 

City Officials i 

City Police i 

Classified Directory 180 

Collegiate School Trustees.... i 

Coroners ii 

County Officials xi 

Division Court Clerks xi 

Dominion Gov't Officers ii 

Educational r. iii 

Fire Alarm Boxes i 

Fire Department i 



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Garden Island 6 

Home Circle ix 

Kingston City 8 

Loyal Orange Association viii 

Masonic Order vii 

Mechanics' Institute vi 

Military vi 

Miscellaneous Directory i 

Miscellaneous Institutions x 

National Societies ix 

Oddfellows vii 

Portsmouth 184 

Public School Trustees i 

Railways xi 

Royal Arcanum viii 

Separate School Trustees ii 

Stage Routes xi 

Street Directory 9 

Temperance Societies ix 

Young Men's Christian As'n.. xi 



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VILLAGE OF BARRIEFIELD. 



VILLAGE OF BARRIEFIELD. 

A Village in the Township of Pittsburg, on the east side of the 
Cataraqui Eiver, one mile from Kingston, with which it is connected 
by a bridge. Here are situated Fort Henry and Point Frederick, on 
which is the Eoyal Military College. Population about 400. 

Anderson C, waiter R M C 

Anderson Wm, carpenter 

Batton Geo, mariner 

Belwa Charles, township clerk 

Birtle Sergt.-Major H, R M C 

Blake Francis, laborer 

Bowman Charles, boat builder 

Bowman John, boat builder 

Brogan Sergt Peter, R M C 

Brough Sergt A, R M C 

Burges Sergt 

Butcher M, butler, R M C 

Butlin C, express driver 

Butland Charles, laborer 

Byrns John, laborer 

Byrnes Miles, grocer 

Carr J, laborer 

Caver ly Wm, blacksmith 

Clierry Wm, machinist 

Culhane Patrick, sailor 

Dick Geo, sailor 

Donaldson J R, messenger 

Dowler Richard, fisherman 

Esford Henry, pilot 

Esford Jas, machinist 

Esford John, engineer 

Forbes Mrs Robt, grocer 

George Fred G, deputy registrar 

Grange W, waiter 

Halen Miss Rose 

Hines, Mrs S A 

Hutton Wm, carpenter 

Jacobs Sergt, R S G 

Knapp H J, boat builder 

Knapp Jas, boat builder 



Leader Edward, sawyer 
LeHeup Harry, oils, bones, etc 
Liston J, waiter, R M C 
McCormack John, waiter 
McGregor C, waiter R M C 
McKenzie Harry, laborer 
McKenzie J, messenger 
McNeiss James 
Martin John, retired 
Medley Miss Ehzabeth 
Medley George, butcher 
Medley Wm, drover 
Medley W H. grocer 
Mitchell Wm, carpenter 
Morgans Sergt-Major J, R M C 
Muller George, sailor 
Norris Michael, laborer 
Norman Wilham, laborer 
Richey Arch, boat builder 
Rickey Alex, carriage maker 
Rickey Geo, carriage maker 
Ryder J, waiter, R M C 
Ryan John, postmaster 
Salsbury J, waiter, R M C 
Sedford Jas, laborer 
Smith Joseph, bricklayer 
Stanton Mrs 

Strachan Martin, quarry- 
owner 
Strachan Martin & Son, 

planing, sash and door mills 
Thomson Thomas, clerk 
Tisdale Alexander, carpenter 
Tisdale Lewis, boat builder 
Tisdale John, laborer 



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VILLAGE OF GARDEN ISLAND. 



Tisdale Michael, laborer 

Vallaincourt Octave, teamster 

Watt John, carpenter 

Watts Mrs Eliza 

Williams L J, messman, R M C 



Wilson Richard, quarryman 
Wilson Wm, laborer 
Worrell, Rev C L, M A 
Wright Charles, pensioner 
Young A, waiter, R M C 



VILLAGE OF GARDEN ISLAND. 

An Island in the St. Lawrence, directly opposite Kingston, being 
1^ miles distant. A station of the Great North- Western Telegraph 
Co. Here are located the extensive shipyards of the Calvin Co. 
(limited), who own all the island. Connected in summer by ferry 
boat four times a day, and in winter by stage twice a day. Population 
about 450. H. A. Calvin, Reeve ; Richard Raymond, Clerk. 



Abrien Thomas, carpenter 

Achee Joseph, sailor 

Achee William 

Adsit Samuel, carpenter 

Allen Fred, carpenter 

Andre Henry, raftsman 

Baker Frank 

Blanchette Hyacinth, raftsman 

Calvin Oo'y The, (Limited,) 
timber merchants, ship builders, 
forwarders, etc. 

Oalvin Hiram A, The Calvin 
Co'y 

Calvin Sanford C, The Cal- 
vin Co'y 

Campeau E, raftsman 

Campeau Joseph, raftsman 

Campeau Maurice, raftsman 

Campeau Melieu, raftsman 

Campeau Seraphin, raftsman 

Campeau Telespore, raftsman 

Carlton John 

Clement Joseph, mariner 

Crosby James, mariner 

Crosby Robert, mariner 

Cushen John, teamster 



Delzell James, carpenter 
Delzell Thomas, carpenter 
Deforges J B, raftsman 
Desforges Anthony, raftsman 
Dix John, sailor 
Dorey Matthew 
Dutemple Edward, raftsman 
Fahey Patrick 
Ferguson John, mariner 
Ferguson Thos jr, clerk 
Ferguson Thos sr, carpenter 
Garand John, carpenter 
Garipey Fred, raftsman 
Glenn Andrew, blacksmith 
Gobeil Edward, carpenter 
Gray Thomas, engineer 
Harper Harry 
Harris John, machinist 
Harris Thomas, machinist 
Harrison Abe 
Jones Peter, machinist 
Kennedy David sr, carpenter 
Kennedy James, watchman 
Kennedy John, engineer 
Kennedy Samuel, carpenter 
Kennedy S G 



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Kenosh Joseph, raftsman 
Kirkwood James 
Lalond Napoleon, raftsman 
Lambert George, raftsman 
Lappin Thos, carpenter 
Lariviere Joseph, raftsman 
Larush Anthony, mariner 
Lawrence Francis, mariner 
Lefave David jr, mariner 
Lefave David sr, mariner 
Lefave Henry, mariner 
Lepage Joseph 
LeRiche Hugh, raftsman 
Lewers David, farmer 
McGarity George, blacksmith 
McGarity James, machinist 
McMasters Andrew, teamster 
Malone A H, mariner. 
Malone Anthony, postmaster 
Martin Ephraim, mariner 
Marton George, sawyer 
Marton Wm, culler 
Menard George, raftsman 
MulUn John, machinist 
O'Reilly Luke, mariner 



Paradis Fabien 
Paradis Joseph 
Phelix C E, engineer 
Potter James 
Rogey Wm, butcher 
Rosseau Edward 
Rushford Alfred 
Sauve George, engineer 
Sauve J B, mariner 
Sauve Joseph, blacksmith 
Shaw Samuel 
Siddall Robert 
Siddall Joseph 
Simons John, engineer 
Simons Robert 
Simons William 
Smith Horatio N 
Smith Thomas C, engineer 
Stevenson Benjamin 
Theriault Francis, engineer 
Trickey Antoine, raftsman 
Veech Robert, machinist 
Veech Stannis, engineer 
Watts John 
Wood Frank 



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Martin C H (see name} 


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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



d?e City of Kingston. 

The fifth City in Ontario in population, is situated at the head of the 
St. Lawrence River and at the end of Lake Ontario. It is the principal 
port for lake navigation in Ontario, possessing the largest and finest harbor 
in the country. The largest dry dock on the lakes is in the course of con- 
struction here. It is a station of the Grand Trunk Railway and the King- 
ston, Napanee & Western Railway, and the headquarters of the Kingston 
& Pembroke Railway. The Public Buildings are very beautiful, the 
City Hall (the finest one in the Province), the Court House, Post 
Office, Custom House, Queen's University and College, Central School, 
Odd-Fellows' Block, the Churches and a number of business blocks and 
private residences. At the western boundry is located the Kingston Peni- 
tentiary, and about a mile west of it the Kingston Asylum for the Insane. 
Opposite the city is the Royal Canadian Military College, and Garden and 
Wolfe Islands. Kingston is a military as well as a naval city. Here is 
stationed "A" Battery, a local troop of cavalry, a field battery, and the 14th 
Princess of Wales' Own Rifles. The principal business streets are Princess 
and parts of King, Wellington, Bagot, Clarence, Ontario, Brock, Market 
Square, Montreal, etc., all connected by the Kingston Street Railway. 
There are two daily papers published, the British Whig and the Daily Neivs, 
both papers having weekly editions, and the Canadian Freeman, the leading 
Catholic organ of Eastern Ontario. The city returns one member for the 
Dominion Parliament, and one for the Local House. Kingston enjoys the 
proud position of being the soundest city financially, its merchants being 
considered the most prudent and safest men to deal with. The Limestone 
City, as it is sometimes called, is also the cleanest and healthiest city in 
Ontario, being built on the solid rock. The population is increasing and 
real estate is rapidly rising in value, and Kingston bids at no distant date 
to be one of the foremost cities of the Province. Kingston is distant from 
Toronto 161 miles, Montreal 172, Quebec 344, Ottawa 95, Hamilton 200, 
London (Ont.) 276, Detroit 386, St. John (NB.) 752, Halifax 828, and 
Liverpool 2,414 miles. Population, about 21,000 : with suberbs of Ports- 
mouth, Barriefield and Garden Island, 23,000. 



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Kingston Street Directory 



1891-Q2. 



The Odd Numbers commence on the North or East Sides, the 
Even on the South or West. 



Adelaide st West from Divi- 
sion 

Fred Bryant, mason 
Isaac Salmon, laborer 
Mrs Andrew Houston 

Albert st (east side) from 
Union 

33 Mrs George Bryan 

Charles Grass 
81 Charles Wreushall, artist 

Earl st intersects 

101 Mrs Mary Scanlan 

115 Lawrence Walsh, guard 

117 James Gillespie, guard 

117 H Chapman, watchman 

119 H J Spriggs, librarian 

121 Kobert Pogue, instructor, KP 
Solomon Boyd 

Johnston st intersects 

Dixon Knapp, carder 

Brock st intersects 
Victoria Park 

Mack st intersects 



Mrs John Marshall 

Charles Barling, butcher 

Charles Jones, laborer 

Vacant 

Wm Dnmblton, mason 

Vacant 

James Eeagley, laborer 

W H Kogers, contractor 

Princess st intersects 

John Cullen, laborer 

Vacant 

Robert Downey, carpenter 

John Campbell, carpenter 

Vacant 

Elijah Veale, teamster 

George Hunter, carpenter 

Vacant houses 



Albert st (west side) 

22 James Weir, steward K P 

Robt Weir, guard 
42 W M Chadwick, marb. cutter 
54 W Craig, carpenter 

Earl st intersects 

94 Thomas Brooks, carpenter 
Walter Wartman, mason 



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George Wilder, grocer 
J P Shannon, carter 
120 John Fisher, carpenter 

Johnston and Brock sts intersect 

John Lockhart, colporteur 
Chas Schermerhoru, mason 
Mrs John Haffner 

Mack st intersects 

W L Allinson, accountant 
W H Cruse, clerk 
Charles Green, machinist 
Mrs Charlotte Spriggs 
Albert Perkins, mechanic 
John Gray, contractor 
Methodist Church 

Princess st intersects 

Eobt Clark, carpenter 

Alfred st (east side) n from 
Alice 

113 Neil McLeod 

117 Mrs Ann Hugheston 

127 R Stockhill, machinist 

131 Joel Eby, foreman 

133 John Hewton, machinist 

135 Mrs Isaac Asselstiue 

137 James Black, carpenter 

139 Vacant 

153 Mrs Samuel H Harper 

157 Wm Miller, manager 

159 George SmaJlbridge 

Earl st intersects 

163 Fred Wade, clerk 
165 Vacant 

177 H S Dupuy, accountant 
179 C T Dickson, accountant 
188 John Murphy, carpenter 



198 Philip Small, policeman 

199 Wm Camic, teamster 
205 Robt Vair, engineer 
209 A Lake, teamster 

Johnston and Brock sts intersect 

273 Thos Howland, cab driver 

275 J E Hutchesou, auctioneer 

279 Chris Robinson, tailor 

281 Capt W Garrett 

285 Mrs John Gallivan 

293 Prof Walter Dyde 

295 John Nicolle, bookeeper 

301 Alex Shaw, clerk 

303 Mrs Hugh McDonald 

Princess st intersects 

347 Samuel Kelly, painter 

349 Vacant 

351 Vacant 

359 John Harkes 

361 Wiman Rowe, baker 

Colborne st intersects 

369 John Callagott, carpenter 
387 R Pigion, gardener 

Ebn st intersects 

427 Samuel Hyland, carpenter 
429 Charles Barber, carpenter 
431 Vacant 

433 Edwin Ashley, carpenter 
437 Samuel Norris, quarryman 
439 Vacant 

York, Pine and Stanley sts in- 
tersect 

487 Francis Bushey, carpenter 

Adelaide st intersects 

Alfred st (west side) 



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2 John Brokensbire 
4 Robt Wallace, stonecutter 
6 Mrs Palmer 
8 Wm Bassam 
10 Adam Craig, teamster 

Union and Earl sts intersect 

172 Capt E A Booth, merchant 

176 Joseph Eoadley, caterer 

178 Samuel Ely, engineer 

198 Bowen, guard, K P 

200 Andrew Rea, mariner 

202 John Darragh, guard, K P 

204 Stephen Richards, laborer 

208 Geo H Benn, pedler 

210 Vacant 

214 Chas Hallet, laborer 

216 Jas J Wotten, carter 

218 Jas Lawler, keeper, Asylum 

220 W H Asselstine, salesman 

Johnston st intersects 

234 David Hall, plumber 
236 Robert Sherbino, carpenter 
240 W S Gordon, assessor 
244 Samuel Dyde, bookeeper 
248 Wm Pannell, carpenter 
250 P McKim, hide inspector 
252 D J Dick, merchant 
254 J Asselstine, carpenter 
258 John McEwen, laborer 
264 D A Lucas, dairyman 

Brock st intersects 
Victoria Park 

Mack st intersects 

322 C W Stone, trimmer 

324 J W Madden, varnish manfr 

326 Mrs Mary Bowen 

328 James Shaw, clerk 

336 J Adams, grocer 



Princess st intersects 

Vacant houses 

Elm, York, Pine and Stanley sts 
intersect 

428 James Volume, shoemaker 
Fair Grounds 

Alice st west from University 
Avenue 

Prof Goodwin 
W A Rockwell 
A P Knight, M A, M D 
F C Ireland, city treasurer 

Alma st, from Junction of 
York and Ordnance 

12 Robt Moon, carpenter 

16 J E Crysler, hostler 

20 James Downs, labox-er 

22 Alfred E Herod, shoemaker 

28 Thos Cushion, laborer 

34 Patrick Fanning, carpenter 

Ann st (north side) from 
Main to Vine 

7 Thos Robinson, clerk 



Ann st (south side) 

8 James A Tarrant, carpenter 

10 Vacant 

12 Wesley Smith, carpenter 
14 Henry Bacon, laborer 

Arch st (east sidej n from 
Stuart to Union 

11 Miss Annie Sullivan 



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21 Owen O'Kourke, laborer 

23 Miss Sarah Craig 

25 James Gordon, laborer 

29 William Hyett 

29 Wm Shea, keeper, Asylum 

Deacon st intersects 

45 Edward Hamilton, tailor 

47 Mrs Jane Tweed 

51 John Cormack, janitor 

53 Mrs WiUiam Lee 

55 James Blomley, fireman 

57 Thomas Calvert, laborer 

59 Mrs David Mundell 

61 Wm Eobinson 

65 Wra Kennedy, engineer 

69 R P Pidgeon, tinsmith 

77 Wm Hendry, miner 

79 Taylor 



Arch st (west side) 

Queen's College 
Kingston Skating Rink 

60 Vacant 

62 Mrs John Walker 

64 P O'Donnell, storekeeper K P 

66 Mrs Mary Creik 

68 James Mitchell, Mason 

72 Robt King, patternmaker 

74 Vacant 

76 Thos Hodgson, stonecutter 

80 John Cooper 

84 Henry Angrove, machinist 

86 C J Warwick, foreman 

88 Mrs Annie McGrath 

92 John Ryan, laborer 

94 Henry Rea, carpenter 

Artillery Park, head Barrack 
street 

James Wotten, laborer 



Mrs Patrick O'Connor 
Frank A Birch, clerk 
Dep Adj Gen Ofiice 
R J McGee, moulder 

Bagot st (east side) from the 
Park north 

West and Union sis intersect 

107 Walter Macnee, merchant 
109 R E Kent, banker 
115 Felix Shaw, merchant 
117 Vacant 

Gore st intersects 

125 James Sterling, engineer 

127 Mrs Francis Lawson 

129 Henry Mason, carpenter 

133 Charles Porter, storeman 

137 Martin Clayton, carpenter 

Earl st intersects 

149 John Green, butcher 

151 Robt Millar, blacksmith 

153 James Craig, coppersmith 

155 Joseph Kehoe, laborer 

157 John Goodearle, clerk 

161 Chas Beatty . 

163 Miss K Nelson 

165 Charles Maund, clerk 

167 I Mitchell, jeweler 

169 John Green, butcher 

William st intersects 

Convent School 

Johnston st intersects 

211 Edward Moore, sec Gas Co 
213 John Orr, merchant 
217 W J Murray, merchant 
219 E H Wartmau, fruiterer 



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225 Capt G Johnston, 
231 Miss Harriet Everett 

Brock st intersects 

T McMahon & Co., painters 
233 Gillen & Gillen, architects 
233 Dr Livingstone 
237 James Massie, V S 
239 Rigney & Hickey, liquors 
243 Henry Wilton, saddler 
245 Macnee & Minnes, wh dry 

goods 
249 Minnes & Burns, dry good 

Princess st intersects 

Noxon & Rockwell, boots 
255 A Stackhouse, dentist 

Dalton & Strange's warehouse 
273 Wm Robinson, Div Court 

Office 
275-7 Robinson Bros, painters 
279 W R Dick, bookeeper 
281 James Elder, livery 

Queen st intersects 

Salvation Army Barracks 
305 Robt Wright, mason 
307 Mrs Chas Mc Williams 

Barrack st intersects 

Cavalry Stables 
Vinegar Works 

Ordnance st intereects 

357 James Daley, printer 

359 H Chadwick, driver 

361 N Perry, teamster 

363 Cooper Lennox, blacksmith 

365 Vacant 

367 Wm Marchand, cabinet mk'r 
J Simmons 



371 Vacant 



Bay st intersects 

Jas Laugher n, laborer 
Mrs Ann McLeod 
Mrs Frank Mitchell 
John O'Neill 

J A Malligan, laborer 
Sanford Kellar, laborer 
Thos Ward, laborer 
Lewis Newell, laborer 
Mrs Jas Conley 
Wm Luke, baker 

North st intersects 



67 James Eggleton, laborer 
69 James Brick, clerk 
79 Martin Meagher, laborer 
81 John Black, miner 
91 John Reid, machinist 

Mrs Andrew Guild 

Michael Goodman, laborer 

Mrs Alex Gleeney 

John Brady 

Raglan Road intersects 

99 John Waters, baker 
103 John Kinch, carpenter 
105 Alex Mitchell, laborer 
107 Thos Healey, conductor 
115 John Kallaugher, laborer 
117 Vacant 
119 Mrs Peter Neill 

Corrigan st intersects 

121 Almond Roushorn 
123 James Gowau, weighman 
125 Wm Deeks, coachman 
129 Robt Burns, carpenter 
135 H Dupont, printer 

S D Spencer, boilermaker 



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Diifferin and Charles sts intersect 

Congregational Church 

James st intersects 

Ba^ot st (west side) 

94 Mrs Schuyler Shibley 
96 H T Shibiey, barrister 
98 A Strachan, merchant 
100 L Hendersou, accountant 
102 John Petrie, teller, Bank of 

B N A 
104 L B Spencer 
106 Jas McParlaud, merchant 
108 Geo Oflford, merchant 
110 Chas D Chown, iron founder 
122 James Minues, Merchant 
126 Wm Allen, shoemaker 
128 Robert Shaw, barrister 
130 H J Wilkinson, merchant 
134 John McKelvey, plumber 
136 Samuel Birch, plumber 
188 Mrs James Mills 
140 Wm Moore, real estate 

Earl st intersects 

Shore Loynes & Co, grocers 
156 E Horsey, chief of police 
158 Edward Fahey, inland rev 
162 Robert McCammon, baker 
rl62 Michael Douohue 
164 Peter Bureau, gardener 
166 James P Pense, clerk P 
168 Henry Dunbar 
rl68 Thomas Pickering 
rl68 Vacant 
170 Mrs George Givens 
172 E. Hammond, clerk 
174 Vacant 

176 D J Young, conductor 
178 Miss Mary Anderson 



William st intersects 

180 D Cunningham, grocer 
184 John Flanagan, mechanic 
186 Thomas McMahon 
188 T Downey, shoemaker 
rl88 Mrs Wm White 
190 Mrs Margaret Shea 
192 Miss M J Wilson 
194 Robt Christoe, bookbinder 
196 F X Lachance, grocer 
202 Patrick Kilcauley, engineer 
202 Mrs Mary McBride 
204 Miss Ehzabeth Nelson 
206 Mrs J A Linton 

Johnston st intersects 

206 Thos Caulfield, confectioner 

210 John Kelly, butcher 

214 Miss Elleu Casey 

214 Barber & Johnson, carpenters 

230 C H Clark, restaurant 

Brock st intersects 

McCammon Bros, livery 
240 T Ronan, undertaker 
246 Daniel Phelau, M D 
248-50 E Chown & Son, stover 
252 A Chown & Son, hardware 

T Mills & Co, hatters 

Princess st intersects 

G S Hobart, druggist 
280 Vacant 

Queen st intersects 

Greenwood & McGuire, mar- 
ble works 
Anderson's Stone Yard 

Artillery Park Barracks inter- 
sects 



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Ordnance st intersects 

360 Chas H Hatch, ticket agent 

366 T Blakely, laborer 

368 Patrick 6'Neil, laborer 

370 Hebron Harris, trader 

378 James Eves, cab driver 

Bay st intersects 

46 Jeremiah Sullivan, laborer 
48 M Keenan, laborer 
50 James Wade, laborer 
52 Mrs Mary Kelly 
54 Mrs James Norris 
58 Daniel Corrigaii 

North st intersects 

66 Richard Bunt, blacksmith 

70 Geo Henderson, engineer 

72 James Mullin, weighman 

74 Helaire Bolanger, painter 

76 Edward Stamford, carpenter 

Miller's Lane intersects 

82 John Seale, carpenter 
86 Wm Scanlan, printer 
88 John Lemmon, tinsmith 
90 Mrs Edward McMahon 
94 John King, laborer 
96 P Daley, journalist 
96 Joseph Shaw, laborer 

Raglan Road intersects 

98 T H Phillips, bookkeeper 

100 Peters 

102 James Lawler, stone cutter 

104 Dennis Sullivan, carpenter 

106 Vacant 

108 Rich McCounell, carpenter 

110 John Bunt, boilermaker 

112 Wm McMaster, laborer 

114 PhiUip Jackson 



1 14 Stephen Tyo, sailor 

116 Vacant 

lis R J Lee, tailor 

120 John Wemp, laborer 

122 Vacant 

124 James Marsh, engineer 

126 Thomas Angrove, moulder 

128 Samuel Smith, teamster 

130 Walter Davidson, moulder 

132 James Shales, blacksmith 

John st intersects 

134 John Doolan, laborer 
140 Charles Beach, teamster 
142 Daniel Campbell, carter 
Mrs Morris Kellaher 
Wm Leal, engineer 
Martin Redmond 
Joseph Byron, laborer 
James Upham, conductor 
Anthony Strong, machinist 

Charles st intersects 

Edward Bennett, shoveller 
J Whitebread 
Mrs Lewis Green 
Vacant 



Balaclava st (north sidejfrom 
Bay to alma 

13 Capt Charles Martin 

17 Wm Robb, carter 

19 Miss Ann Codfer 

21 W F Young, foreman Whit/ 

23 Mrs Rose Coyle 

Redan st intersects 

37 Robert Spencer, merchant 
41 Thomas Allen, engineer 
51 John Bourne, pedler 



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Barrack st (north side) from 
the harbor to Bagot 

Ontario st intersects 

Patrick Walsh, coal dealer 
Wm Stewart, station agent 

K& PR 
John Craig, conductor 
A Hoppins, agent 
Charles Christinas, laborer 
Wm Hall, carter 
Henry Christmas, laborer 
Two vacant 

King st intersects 

Thos M Fenwick, M D 
51 J H Cameron, clerk 
r5l Samuel Haw, carter 
r51 John Dodds, fireman 

Riding School 

Wellington st intersects 

85 S Anglin, manufacturer 

87 Vacant 

89 Miss M J Benson 

Rideau st intersects 

101 Vacant 

109 Vacant 

111 Ely Presneil, foreman 

115 Francis Twist, carter 

117 James Curragh, mechanic 

119 Vacant 

121 E T Roberts, clerk 

Bagot st intersects 
Artillery Park 



Barrack st (south side) 

Ontario st intersects 



Hogan House 

Chas La Claire, laborer 

King st intersects 

Victoria Foundry 
John Bush, laborer 
Mrs Eliza Rattray 
Martin Staley, hotel 

Wellington st intersects 

92 Henry Thurston, engineer 

96 Vacant 

100 John Kehoe, laborer 
102 Philip Stock 
rl02 Patrick ColHns, carter 
rl02 Timothy Kennedy, carter 
104 T Gallagher, superintendent 
106 Charles Wells, hvery 
110 George Wright 
112 Capt Andrew Miller 
116 Wm Stigney, laborer 

Bagot si intersects 

Artillery Park 



Barrie st (east side) from 
junction of King e and 
King w 

Park 

Union st intersects 

Cricket Grounds 
Court House 
Collegiate Institute 

Clergy st intersects 

Chalmers' Church 

Earl st intersects 



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229 G W Pidgeon, customs 
281 Wm Makins, grain buyer 

William, Johnston and Brock 
sts intersect 



295 John Sutherland, clerk 
297 R F Kowan, C E 
301 Samuel Card well 

Henry Young 

Vacant 

Mrs Wm Fowler 

Vacant 



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Princess st intersects 

327 R Newlands, tobacconist 

329 Vacant 

331 Vacant 

333 Wm Newlands, builder 

Queen st intersects 

Thos James, butcher 

Colborne st intersects 

885 Wm Massie, carpenter 
387 Wm Pound, baker 

Ordnance st intersects 

389 Thos Burns, laborer 
391 Vacant 

York st intersects 

407 John Sullivan, laborer 
411 Vacant 
429 Mrs Wm Forbes 
435 James Ilett, clerk 
437 Richard Moles 
439 Wm Edgar, painter 
441 Vacant 



Raglan road intersects 

447 Wm Eves, butcher 

449 Robert Gilmour, letter carrier 

451 John Scott, carpenter 

463 David Vick, carpenter 

455 Walter Rollinson, blacksmith 

457 Vacant 

459 Samuel Button, laborer 

461 Vacant 

Samuel Jenkins, carpenter 



Barrie st (west side) 

20 Mrs Charles Short 

22 Allen Chadwick 

24 Robt Crawford, merchant 

O'Kill st intersects 



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26 Thos O'Donnell, 

28 P Mitchell 

34 John Strange, barrister 

36 D S Robertson, broker 
Miss B Doran 
Mrs James Harty 
R T Walkem, barrister 
Vacant 



Stuart st intersects 



80 R Waldron, merchant 

82 Michael Flanagan, city clerk 

84 Robert Ford, merchant 

86 Thomas Bower 

88 Wm Bailie, printer 

90 Henry Mooers, merchant 

92 A C Johnston, jeweler 

94 Mrs Wm Kirkpatrick 

Deacon st intersects 

98 T Y Greet, banker 



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100 G H Allen, insurance inspec 


218 


Vacant 


102 James Coulson, diver 


220 


Mrs Ellen Rynard 


104 E C Hiscock, engineer 


222 


Mrs Jane Anderson 


106 New house 


224 


Wm Atkinson, laborer 


110 Mrs Thos Mulbolland 


226 


Thos McConville, butcher 


112 Chas A Asselstine, carpenter 






114 Miss Penner 




Earl st intersects 


116 Geo Fenwick, merchant 






120 W J Fair, insurance 


226 


John Taylor, grocer 


124 WD McEae 


228 


Mrs Felix Kavanaugh 


128 Vacant 


230 


A C McMahon, insurance 


140 Miss A J Roach 


232 


John Munroe, mechanic 


144 Mrs Agnes Shaw 


236 


R G Givens, carpenter 


146 Mrs L P Cottle 


238 


Geo Hawley, fireman 


146 Capt E A Booth, merchant 


240 


Vacant 


148 R V Rogers, barrister 


242 


John Swift, machinist 


Rev J K McMorine 


244 


Vacant 




246 


Mrs Patrick Shanahan 


Union st intersects 








Upper William st intersects 


] 62 J B Mclver, accountant 






164 Geo Cliff, real estate 


248 


Vacant 


170 Vacant 


250 


Miss Rees 


172 W H Reid, carriage maker 


252 


R H Brick, machinist 


174 Thos Coffev, caretaker 


254 


Michael McFaul, engineer 


180 F Duffy, knitter 






182 Shore Loynes, merchant 




Johnston st intersects 


184 Jas Mulholland, mechanic 






186 John Grogan, laborer 


286 


Wm Derry, engineer 


188 Arthur Smith, laborer 


288 


S W Scobell, accountant KP 


] 90 Miss Mary Ann Brooks 


294 


Hugh Doyle, grocer 


192 Mrs Eastwood Hastings 






194 John Gilbert, grocer 




Brock st intersects 


198 John Veal, baker 








296 


Mrs Edward Doherty 


Young st intersects 


300 


Mrs Thos Weston 




302 


James Madden, engineer 


204 Vacant 


304 


Samuel Hamilton, plumber 


206 J E Palmer, laborer 


306 


Thos Hodgson, stone yard 


208 Jos Little 


314 


James Hunter, laborer 


212 Andrew McKee, plasterer 


316 


Vacant 


214 Mrs M Dean 


318 


Mrs Ethel O'Connor 


216 Vacant 


320 


Edward Fiddler, moulder 



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Princess st intersects 


Bay st (north side) from 






water's edge west 


332 James Aguew, city solicitor 








W B & S Anglin, lumber 


Queen st intersects 


,i\ 


2 Mrs Geo Hansom 




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4 Mrs Chas Nichols 


360 Vacant 





\- 6 Mrs Thos Bennett 


862 Sargt Newman 


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8 Mrs John Dixon 


364 John Beun, blacksmith 


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10 Vacant 


366 James Belch, agent 


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Coal Sheds 


368 B T Davidson, clerk 




Mrs Timothy Lorney 


370 H G Myers, grocer 




Jas Higgenbottliam, laborer 


Colborne st intersects 




Rideau st intersects 


376 Vacant 






878 Capt Oliver Pateneude 


45 Chas Marshall, melter 


880 James Tierney, grocer 


47 Jeremiah Hurley, sailor 
49 John Hughes, bookkeeper 


Ordnance st intersects 


51 D Cunningham, carpenter 




53 Mrs Eobt Newell 


892 S McCullough, policeman 


55 Vacant 


394 Wm Sangster, baker 


57 Mrs Mary Stanford 


896 Andrew Mills, carpenter 


59 Wm Semple, porter 


398 Samuel Ball, jeweler 


61 John Hogan, laborer 


400 Eobt Knight, carpenter 


63 Stephen Stinson, sailor 




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5 Mrs Thos Bemish 


Yoi-k st intersects 


67 John Crowney, sailor 


422-424-426 Vacant 




Barjot st intersects 


428 Mrs Jane Pidgeon 






430 John Miller, engineer 


73-5 John Guild, grocer 


432 Wm Kennedy, carpenter 


91 John Nicoll 




93 Robt Henderson 


Raglan road intersects 


95 Geo Cannon, tailor 


Nicholas Turcott 




Montreal st intersects 




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7 Capt John Irwin 




I David Anderson 


Bartlett st south, runs west 


113 Geo Hunter, carpenter 


from Smith st off Princess 


115 Wm A Kelly, engineer 


George Osborne, sec K & P 


Sydenham and Balaclava sts in- 


Mining Co 




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Hugh McBratney, stone cut 


Joseph Mark, laborer 
Wm Mulligan, laborer 


Bay st (south side) 

Rideau st intersects 

50 F Forsyth, mariner 
52 Francis Murray, laborer 
54 Geo Zeigler, brewer 
„ /I Wm Gallagher, cabman 
5 2 D Donovan, harness 
g 3 Ed Marchand, engineer 


Chas Givens, laborer 
John Cain, laborer 
John Blakely, carter 
Jas Hurst, carpenter 
Isaac Tuttle, lumberman 
John Hopson, Carpenter 
J C Dennison, carpenter 
R McGrenhen, laborer 
David Jamieson, plumber 
Wm Mathews, coachman 


§ 5 Wm Burdick, mariner 
« 1^6 James Murphy, laborer 

Bagot st intersects 

92 Mrs Mark Nicholson 
94 George Hall, blacksmith 

Montreal st intersects 

House of Providence 

Sydenham st intersects 

138 Mrs John Ryan 

140 Joseph Kimpson, laborer 

142 Vacant 


Beverley st (west side) 

Grove Inn 

John Hunter, carpenter 

John Bredeu 


Brewery Lane runs alongside 
of Bajub' Brewery, south 
side 

2 George Fleming, engineer 

4 Vacant 

6 J C Peters 

8 Joseph Lario, cooper 


144 Samuel Branigan, tailor 
146 Robert Alexander, tailor 


Brock st (north side) from 
harbor to limits 


Beverley st (east side) n from 
King w to Union 

Mrs Mary Regan, grocer 
David Fraser, mechanic 
John Orr, coppersmith 
John Woods, laborer 
Mrs Ann McMahon 
John Saunders, laborer 
Joseph Lairt, machinist 


Folger's Dock 

J G Campbell & Son, millers 

Union Hotel 

Ontario st intersects 

25 Tierney Bros, liquors 
27-29 American Hotel 
31 T D Dunnill, shooting gallery 
83 Luke Doney, hotel 



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35 Joseph Catlin, hotel 

41 Thos Farrell, hquors 

43 Mrs H S Smith, bookbinder. 

43 A McArthur, accountant 

43 G A McGowan, cigar man'fr 

45 Thos Farrell, grocer 

47 Express Oflfice 

King st intersects 

49 Henry Wade, druggist 
51 F C Wade, cigars 
53 John Halligan & Co, grocers 
55 Z Prevost, merchant tailor 
67 E P Jenkins, gents' furnisher 
59 J S Henderson, liquors 
61 J S Henderson, grocer 
55 W J McNeill, flour and feed 
67 Wm Adams, boots 
69-71 McKelvey & Birch, plum- 
bers 
73 Mrs A Gorham, ladies' wear 
75-77 Livingston & Bro, tailors 
79 R Spencer, tailor 
81 Jas B Eeid, architect 
81 Wm Bailie, printer 
81 J S Skinner, barrister 
83 Mrs J Kirk, fancy goods 
85 F Nisbet, bookseller 

Wellington st intersects 

K Waldron, dry goods 
103 W J Keeley, jeweler 
105 Miss Alice Keyes 
109 Miss Elizabeth Campbell 
111 John Gleeson, purveyor 
113 S Neelon, flour and feed 
115 Worm with Piano Co 
115 E C Hill, real estate 
117 Geo Offord, sr., boots 
119-127 Queen's Hotel 
129 Bibby Bros, livery 
133 T McMahon & Co, painters 



Bagot st intersects 

McCammon Bros, livery 
147 W A Deeks, cariage maker 
149 Vacant 
151 Vacant 

153 J McLaughlin, confectioner 
155 M W Sine, V S 
159 Geo Armour, carpenter 
163 Dr Dupuis 

Montreal st intersects 

Jubilee Methodist Church 
183 H M Ruttan, bookkeeper 
187 Edwin Chown, merchant 
189 Mrs C Livingston 
191 Wm G Ford, tanner 
193 Rev M McGillivray 

Cooke's Church 
199 W A Deeks, carriage maker 
201 Mrs M J Tandy 
203 H D Bibby, hardware 
209 Hotel Dieu 
237 Vacant 

239 Philip Carnovsky, baker 
241 James Henderson, grocer 
243 Vacant 
247 Mrs C S Marshall 
249 F Fowler, M D 
155 G W Clerihew, merchant 
257 G Chown, merchant 

Clergy st intersects 

267 A R Martin, grocer 
269 Mrs S G Hersey 
271 A W Hall, agent 
275 R J Carson, merchant 

Wesley Church 
291 Charles McMillan 

Barrie st intersects 



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305 John Johnston, shoemaker 


425 D Nicholson 


307 Alex Vanasky, electrician 


429 Mrs Robt Gill 


309 W Dunn, merchant 


431 Capt JH Scott 


314 Vacant 


443 Geo McCuUough, cabman 


313 B Silver, merchant 




315 Henry Hughes, carpenter 


Alfred st intersects 


317 Daniel Kelly, tailor 




319 Thos Hilton, saddler 

321 Vacant 

323 John Orange, tailor 


Victoria Park 


Albert and Victoria sts intersect 


325 M W Coward, clerk 




329 J Nolan, sexton 






Brock st (south side) 


Nolan's Lane intersects 






Ontario st intersects 


331 Mrs Anna Kirkpatrick 




337 G Marriott 


City Hall 




Market 


Division st intersects 






King st intersects 


347 J Tucker, mason 




349 J W Martin, carpenter 


56 M Beber, broker 


353 Geo Bojth, engineer 


58 Jos Salter, auctioneer 


355 Mrs Drummoud 


60 Peo & Kilborn, fish 


357 J Boyd, mariner 


62 J R Smeaton, fish dealer 


359 George Thompson, collector 


64 Miss Edmund, dressmaker 


361 AW Stevenson, mariner 


66 Neil McNeil, plumber 


363 Lockhead 


08 Mrs R Burns, fruiterer 


365 Fred Connors, carpenter 


70 G H Oliver, barber 


367 Mrs James Dennison 


72 H S Johnson, shoemaker 


369 Vacant 


74 John McCammon, butcher 


371 J Baird, stone cutter 


76 John Mayell, tailor 


873 Elijah Purdy 


78 John Schroder, pork butcher 


375 S Chapman, contractor 


84 Wm Allen, shoemaker 


379 C Kutherford, moulder 


86 E R Martin, auctioneer 


391 J Nugent, merchant 


88 C H Martin, insurance agent 


393 Edward Graham 


90 W Moore, real estate agent 


395 J Halligau, merchant 


92 W J B White, ins agent 


397 A Mc Arthur, accountant 


92 J T White, insurance agent 


399 Vacant 


94 T M Parkin, confectioner 


University ave intersects 


Wellington st intersects 


421 J Collins, fur dealer 


McRae Bros, grocers 



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Bagot St intersects ■ 

Asylum 

Sydenham st intersects 

Miss MacPlierson 

W G Moncrieff, manager 

Christian Brothers' School 

Clergy st intersects 

St Mary's Cathedral 

Barne st intersects 

-304 Mrs J Armstrong 
306 Mrs J Alexander 
310 Arthur Singleton, clerk 
312 Wm Champion, laborer 
314 C Linton, blacksmith 
316 Henry Mcintosh, sexton 
318 W Denn 
322 H W Casey 
328 Mrs I Mitchell 
330 M Smith, deputy sheriff 
332 J H Kilpatrick, stone cutter 
334 Mrs Wm Reid 
336 A McMillan, storekeeper 
338 E B Bailey, biscuit baker 

Division st intersects 

346 Vacant 

348 M Nolan, sailor 

850 W Miushull, mechanic 

354 J Connor, cabinet maker 

356 W Downing, merchant 

858 W J Eenton, salesman 

360 W J Dick, merchant 

362 J Sharpe, rag dealer 

364 R J Wilson, manager C PR 

Tel Co 
370 Vacant 



374 Thos Mills, trader 
378 T Mills, traveler 
380 Freelove Clark 
380 Mrs A Simmons 
882 Mrs Wm Sawyer 
390 Mrs Emily Agnew 
394 Mrs C Donovan 
396 R Clugston, contractor 
398 I Boyd, engineer 
400 S Lowe, clerk 
404 Mrs Wm McCutcheon 
406 J C Metcalfe, butcher 

University ave intersects 

428 George Hazlett, engineer 

430 Vacant 

432 John Geale, solicitor 

434 Wm Abernethy, contractor 

440 A B Campbell, miller 

442 Miss Rebecca Weller 

Alfred st intellects 

460 E R Martin, auctioneer 
462 C Allen, carpenter 
464 Mrs George Kemp 
466 S Marshall, accountant 
468 Mrs Maria Macdonald 
470 Mrs M Weir 
472 Mrs George Cummings 
474 J S R McCaun, accountant 
476 W Hazlett, boiler maker 

Frontenac st intersects 

488 A H Malone, mariner 

Albert and Victoria sts intersect 



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Ford's Tannery 
David Edgar, fireman 

Orchard st intersects 

John Odett, teamster 
A J Lee, barber 
2 vacant houses 
Thos Murphy, painter 
liailway track 

Rideau st intersects 

87 Wm Hughes, driver 

89 William Wilson 

91 Wm Nivens, yard boss 



Cataraqni st (south side) 

Kingston Cotton M'fg Co 
Jas Mallen, wood merchant 
Southwick Oil Co 



Centre st (east side) from 
King w 

James Wilson 



Centre st (west side) 

Prof Marshall 

Thomas McCormick, clerk 

3 vacant houses 

Eichard Leiiush, sailor 

Mrs Martha Moyle 

New house 

Thos Louergan, guard, K A 

John Eves, painter 

A McCormick, merchant 

Mrs J Yates 



Chapman st from Queen to 
Colbome 

1 Hugh Smyth, salesman 



Charles st (north side) from 
Rideau w 

9 Mrs James Shannessy 
11 A Coggau, patternmaker 
13 J W Clark, currier 
15 V Soles, tanner 
17 John Slimmons, fireman 
19 Jas Keenan, laborer 
21 Thorf Hudders, foreman 
27 Matthew H Claxton, tinsmith 
29 H J Wood, plumber 
85 James E Cooper, mechanic 
87 Thos Graham, hide dealer 

Vacant 
93 Embury Snider, laborer 

Congregational Church 

Bagot st intersects 

107 Vacant 

109 Wm Cairns, laborer 

Montreal st intersects 



Charles st (south side) 
12 James Green, boss spinner 
Bagot and Montreal sts intersect 



Charles st, Upper (north 
side! from Montreal to 
Patrick 

13 Thos McGinnes, painter 
15 Ed Wilson, stone cutter 
17 John Murray, currier 



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21 Mrs Mary Reid 

25 Wm Purtell, blacksmith 

31 James Quigley, engineer 

^ Vacant 

37 Joseph Tait, mason 

39 Vacant 

49 E CrelUan, boilermaker 

63 Mrs Jas Martin 

59 John Yates, stone cutter 

61 Wm Davidson, printer 

63 John Ferryman, plasterer 

65 Wm Bryon, laborer 

67 Wm Gordon, laborer 



Charles st, Upper (south 
side) 

18 Edmond Germain, currier 
20 John Winton, plumber 
22 John Connor, carpenter 
24 James Dickson, blacksmith 
26 James Shaughnessy, foreman 
28 Webb Robinson, builder 
34 Thos Gallagher, sailor 
38 Mrs Susan Smith 
42 Patrick Driscoll, painter 
46 Mrs Wm Green 
48 R B Murray, laborer 
54 Wm Reynolds, laborer 
56 John Free, brakeman 
58 James Porter, laborer 
62 Benjamin Soles, currier 
64 Wm Shaver, fireman 



Chatham st, (east side) 
north from Princess to 
York 

23 Edward Spooner, carpenter 
25 Vacant 

First st intersects 



45 Michael Enwright, grocer 

Colborne st intersects 

51 Wm Lappage, plasterer 
59 Thos R Graves, blacksmith 
67 Mrs Mary Crothers 
69 Vacant 

Elm and Fifth sts intersect 

99 Edward Smith, machinist 
101 Wm Saunders, tinsmith 

Sixth st intersects 



Chatham st (west side) 

22 J N Paul, laborer 

24 Geo Gamble, laborer 

26 John McCallum, bookbinder 

29 John Hinds, laborer 

30 Geo Davy, carpenter 

First and Colborne sts intersect 
60 J H Caldback, carpenter 
Elm st intersects 

1 F W George, tailor 

2 A I Finley, bricklayer 

3 Wm A McKenney, pedler 
4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Vacant 

Fifth st intersects 

John Boon, teamster 

Sixth st intersects 

134 Mrs William Wood 
136 Mrs John Porter 
140 Geo Buck, laborer 



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Cherry st i east side) from 
York 

3 James W Whitfield, baker 

5 Mrs Patrick Burns 

7 George Wolsey, laborer 

Chestnut and Quebec sts intersect 

35 Samuel Cannem, sailor 

Pine st intersects 

63 Vacant 

67 Wm Cowdy, contractor 

69 Vacant 

71 Damon Snider, carpenter 

Cherry st (west side) 

14 David Moore, blacksmith 

Chestnut and Quebec sts intersect 

28 Wm Isaac, carpenter 
34 Thod O'Brien, laborer 

Pine st intersects 

60 Wm Holland, laborer 

70 Daniel Barrett, laborer 

72 Joseph Peters, blacksmith 



Chestnut st,fornierly Upper 
James (north side) from 
Carlisle to Quebec 

3 Wm Ward, engineer 



Chestnut st (south side) 

4 Henry Bates, carpenter 
10 Walter Truesdell, carpenter 

Prime st intersects 



Clarence st (north side) 
from Kingston harbor to 
Bagot 

K & P E offices • 

Ontario st intersects 

Canal office 
Gas Inspector's office 
Weights & Measures office 
J F Swift, coal, etc 
Dominion Express Co 

King st intersects 

65 Vacant 

67 Ontario Building and Savings 

Society 
69 Britton & Whiting, barristers 
73 P J Purcell, barber 
77 Mills & Mills, insurance 
79 C G Oliver, customs broker 
81 John Card, cabman 
83 Wah Long, laundry 
85 Hide Inspector's office 
87 Frontenac Loan and Invest- 
ment Society 
89 Isaac Simpson, banker 
89 K W Shannon, barrister 
91 Kent Bros, bankers 
93 Walkem & Walkem, barris- 
ters 
95 Strange & Strange, insurance 

agents 
95 John Strange, barrister 
95 Geo Cliff, real estate agent 
97 J B Carruthers 

Wellington st intersects 

Ontario Bank 

K McDonald, spinner 

Bagot st intersects 



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Clarence st (south side) 

Ontario st intersects 

28 The Calvin Co 

28 Folger Bros 

30 Canadian Pacific Telegraph 

Company 
34 Great North-Western Tele- 
graph Company 
86 W H Sullivan, barrister 
38 Steamboat Inspector's office 
38 J B Mclver, accountant 
38 J M Machar, barrister 
38 Macdonuell & Mudie, barris- 
ters 
40 C F Gildersleeve, steamboat 

owner 
42 J P Gildersleeve, ticket agt 
44 Geo W Clerihew, broker 
44 H T Shibley, barrister 
46 Geo A Spotswood, C E 
48 Vacant 

50 James Jones, barber 
British American Hotel 

King st intersects 

Custom House 
Post Office 

Wellington st intersects 

110 W J Fleming, V S 
112 Kobt Eilbeck, grain dealer 
114 E J Hooper, bookkeeper 
120 T C Wilson, livery 
120 W C Smith, bookkeeper 
122 John Kehoe, boarding 
128 Canadian Freeman Office 
128 Young Women's Christian 

Association 
132 C Vance, weaver 
132 Jos Sharp, rag dealer 
184 John Hughes, car driver 



Bagot st intersects 



Clergy st (east side) from 
Barrie to Colborne 

Earl and William sts intersect 

45 Mrs John Henderson 

47 E C Mitchell, druggist 

49 J McNaughton, merchant 

51 N K Scott, traveler 

53 James Kearns, manager G N 

W T Co'y 
55 Mrs Sophia Middleton 

Johnston st intersects 

89 Christian Brothers' School 

Brock st intersects 

107 S Sutherland, traveler 

109 Vacant 

E R Welch & Son, marble 

Princess st intersects 

133 Vacant 

135 Miss Jane McMillan 

137 Vacant 

Queen st intersects 

Queen st Methodist Church 
151 Edward Hawkins, shoemaker 
153 Vacant 
163 Vacant 

Colborne st intersects 

165 Capt Joseph Parsons 
167 W D Scott, carpenter 
169 Capt Duncan McDonald 
171 W H Norris, traveler 
175 J B Forsyth 
177 Henry Hunter, carpenter 



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187 Joseph Powley, clerk 
189 E T Overend, teacher 
191 S J Horsey, merchant 

Ordnance st intersects 



Clergy st (west side) 

Earl st ineer sects 

38 Geo Sears, merchant 

40 Joseph E Clark, accountant 

William st intersects 

44 James Clench, carpenter 

46 Robinson Price, M D 

48 A E Brockett, traveler 

50 Vacant 

62 Rev R Whiting 

60 Owen Tierney, merchant 

Johnston st intersects 

St, Mary's Cathedral 

Brock st intersects 

96 Mrs Catharine Morrison 

98 Vacant 
100 P J Walsh 

102 G H Bissonette, merchant 
104 John Corbett, merchant 
106 Capt James Murray 
108 Mrs David Strachan 

Princess st intersects 

St Andrew's Church 
150 Rev J Mackie 

Queen st intersects 

162 Henry Kelly, gardener 
164 Wm Keys, carpenter 



Colborne st intersects 

176 M P Corrigan, merchant 
178 G A Spotswood, engineer 
180 Wm Copley, traveler 
182 J Bastow 
188 John McBride 
190 and 192 Vacant 

Ordnance st intersects 



Oolbome st (north side) 
from Sydenham 

7 Richard Boyd, cabman 

9 G A Aylsworth, bookkeeper 

11 John Marshall, journalist 

13 Vacant 

15 J A Madill, traveler 

17 Vacant 

21 Geo McFarland 

25 C W Wright, merchant 

27 Vacant 

29 G F Wilson, stone cutter 

81 C W W Anderson, clerk 

83 Vacant 

Clergy st intersects 

41 G Auchinvole, grocer 

45 Vacant 

47 Robt Burns, mason 

49 A T Smith, Bel Tel Co 

53 Vacant 

55 John Eraser, carpenter 

57 E J Fokes, barber 

59 Vacant 

67 James Kane, laborer 

69 Rev S Lewis Mitchell 

71 Jas Yule, traveler 

73 John C Hardy, merchant 

75 A Robinson 

79 Mrs James Whitehead 

81 Vacant 



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Barrie st intersects 

83 Mrs Fannie Dennis 
85 John Mclntyre, carpenter 
87 Joseph Landeryou, plasterer 
105 Geo Counter, clerk 
119 S J Kilpatrick, contractor 

Main st intersects 

123 W Robinson, clerk 

125 Vacant 

127 Robt Lewers, letter carrier 

131 J Powers, carpenter 

138 Miss M Clare, dressmaker 

136 Edward Orser, musician 

137 J G Tait, mason 

139 Horace Orser, laborer 
141 Wm J Herbison, student 
147 Wm Chappell, carpenter 
149 Sybil, laborer 

151 Albert Yokes, laborer 
153 A D Pettigrew, currier 

Division st intersects 

181 N Wilmot, blacksmith 
183 J E Twigg, clerk 
185 H A White, traveler 
193 Thos Lennon, engineer 
195 Francis Sommerville, engin'r 
197 Robt Aiken, patternmaker 
199 J Vanwinckle, carpenter 
201 Mrs Robt Hamilton 
203 W P Bell, photographer 
205 D J Walker, county clerk 
209 Robt Eward, bookkeeper 
215 R.W Nesbitt, policeman 
217 James Bewes, mason 
221 Reuben Bryant, moulder 
235 R C Bell, photographer 
243 Mrs James Gormley 
245 Joseph Milk, tailor 



Chatham st intersects 

249 Vacant 

261 Mrs Jas Caldback 



Oolborne st (south side) 

2 Robt Thomson, cashier 

4 XB McKay, principal 

8 John McCaull, stone cutter 

14 Misses Diplock 

23 J D Thompson, Co Registrar 

30 Rev J Kines, Methodist 

84 Vacant 

36 David Eddington, laborer 

40 P O'Reilly, shoemaker 

Clergy st intersects 

44 H Sharpe, merchant 

46 Mrs Susan Alderdice 

48 A W Dunlop, bookkeeper 

50 Jas S Hogan, traveler 

58 John Newton, carpenter 

60 John McCuUough, machinist 

62 John Smith, boilermaker 

68 John Marshall, clerk 

72 Vacant 

74 A G Flett, merchant 

78 Thos Keyes, shoemaker 

80-82 vacant 

Barrie st intersects 

116 Vacant 

118 Thos Lambert, merchant 

118 Mrs Louisa Walsh 

120 Wm Bailey, broom man'fr 

122 Geo Briden, bookkeeper 

124 W J Chapman, contractor 

Chapman st intersects 



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136 Mrs Mary Booth, nurse 
142 Geo Allen, laborer 
144 Frank Spooner, carpenter 
14G Vacant 

Vacant 

Mrs Forder 

Vacant 

Vacant 



148 
150 
152 
154 



Division st intersects 



192 Mrs James Kutberford 
196 Miss Louisa Guy 
198 Geo Young, sboemaker 
202 Wm Cook, driver 
204 Patrick Lindsay 
206 Alex Barnes, blacksmitb 
208 Jas Mc Waters, carter 
214 Peter Kuttan, laborer 
216 W Mcllroy, traveler 
240 Wm Grant, teamster 
244 Vacant 

Chatham st intersects 



College st n from Union 

1 Vacant 

3 Oliver Gravelle, salesman 

5 Vacant 



Collingwood st (east side) 
from King w to Johnston 

Charles Hermiston, carpenter 

Francis Garrett 

Thos Atkinson, mason 

Two new houses 

Thos Kenuey, driver 

R Weaver, mason 

Vacant 



Geo Geary, machinist 
John Perman, scourer 

Union st intersects 

S Orser, carpenter 
Capt Alex Potter 



Collingwood st (west side) 

Edwin Roach, laborer 
Mrs J Williamson 
Mrs Margaret Johnston 
Mrs M A Macdonnell 
Calvin Fraser, driver 
F G Norton, assayest 

Union st intersects 

Thos Barber, contractor 
Mrs Wm Healey 
Edward Milo, carpenter 
John Francis, shoemaker 



Concession road from 
Division 

Wm Bryant, painter 

Robt Gordon, Mason 

Vacant 

Wesley Bryant, painter 

Francis Bryan, blacksmith 

James Robb, butcher 

Geo Hamilton, teamster 

W H Reid, butcher 

Fletcher, quarryman 



Corrigan st (north side) 
from Rideau to Bagot 

M R Davis, shipbuilder 



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Oorrigan st (south side) 

1 Mrs Julia Blair 
3 George Davis, carpenter 
5 P McArdle, engineer 
7 John McClusky, laborer 
9 Mrs Stone 
11 Isaac Plunkett, laborer 
13 Edward Harrison, laborer 



Oowdy st, from Pine 

12 Matthew Wright, cabinet- 
maker 
16 Samuel Bates, carpenter 
22 Mrs James Hatten 
24 Herbert Day, tailor 
26 Vacant 
28 Wm McEwen, laborer 



Deacon st (north side) from 
Barrie west to Arch 

9 E Bryant, carriagemaker 
11 Wm Eyan, fitter 
15 John Beauchamp, grocer 
1 7 Peter Laurencell, agent 



Deacon st (south side) 

12 Geo Wilson, laborer 
14 Mrs Elizabeth Barnes 
16 Thos Turnbull, engineer 
18 Samuel Cunningham 
22 Thos Healey, clerk 



Division st (east side) from 
Union to hmits 

1 Vacant 



3 John McKenzie, coachman 
5 Alex Snodden, policeman 
7 John McCarty, mariner 

15 Vacant 

17 John Percy, machinist 

19 Robt Mooney, machinist 

21 P Eedraond 

28 John Wright, clerk 

25 Edward O'Brien, laborer 
27 James Jordan, laborer 

29 Thos Coffey, carpenter 
81 Mrs A McGuirk 

88 Miss Jane Ferns 

85 Miss Henrietta Johnson 

37 Jas McArthur, accountant 

Young st intersects 

47 Edwin Charles, carpenter 
49 David Brown, moulder 
51 Edward Merritt, moulder 
53 Francis Armstrong, laborer 
55 Edward Perry, moulder 
57 James Fleming, mariner 
61 Henry Burton, grocer 

Earl st intersects 

71 James Maxwell, foreman 

73 Wm Cochrane, keeper 

75 John Kane, fitter 

79 Mrs G H Squire 

83 A Turcott, carpenter 

85 George Hewitt, machinist 

87 Vacant 

upper William st intersects 

93 Wm Eobinson, boilermaker 
95 Mrs Thos McCutcheon 

Johnston st intersects 
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127 Wm Neill, letter carrier 

Brock st intersects 

149 Mrs Mary Clark 
155 John Burton, grocer 
163 Capt Webster Augustus 

Princess st intersects 

179 E E Welch, manufacturer 
181 Prof Forshaw Day 
18S David Waddell, harness 
185 C Welch, marble cutter 

Queen st intersects 

E F Chapman, grocer 

Colborne st intersects 

221 John Waddell, contractor 
225 Vacant 

Ellice st intersects 

231 Donald Mclntyre, barrister 
237 J M Sherlock, jr, merchant 
239 Mrs E W Dorland 
249 J Waddell, harness maker 
251 Vacant 

258 John Sullivan, laborer 
255 Mrs Martha Hartrick 
257 John Pound, baker 
263 James Doyle, butcher 
265 Alex Spence, engineer 
267 Alex Bennett, baker 
297 Mrs Wm Allen 

D McSurley, engineer 

Vacant 
803 Kobt Patton, grocer 

Main st interseets 

327 James Crawford, merchant 



329 George Crawford, merchant 
York st intersects 

341 Wm Fox, stone cutter 

343 Edwin Walsh, merchant 

345 Mrs Edwin Greaves 

347 Edwin Walsh, tailor 

349 W H Stevenson, piano maker 

Quebec st interseets 

353 J P H Ferris, dairyman 
355 R S Corrigan, mechanic 
357 Alex M Master, broom maker 
359 James Allen, grocer 

Pine st intersects 

371 Thos Risbridger, farmer 

375 Henry Waggoner, dairyman 

379 Vacant 

381 Joseph Dawson, machinist 

387 John Milne 

391 J W Campbell 

393 Vacant 

395 James McMaster, laborer 

A delaide si intersects 

425 John Taylor, tinsmith 

447-449 Vacant 

451 Thos Mclver, mason 

453 Clarence Moulton, carpenter 

Stephen st intersects 

455 W J Kemp, carriagemaker 

457 ISew house 

459 Vacant 

467 Wm Grunden, carpenter 

469 Mrs Annie Bidell 

Russell st intersects 



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588 Mrs Alex McFadden 
609 Thos McQuarry, fireman 
611 Sylvester Hobbs, laborer 

Ermatinger and Robertson sts in- 
tersect 

653 Pound Bros, Bakers 

Fraser st intersects 

671 Charles Smith, farmer 
675 Jacob Martig 



Division st (west side) 

18 Kobert Barry, coppersmith 

24 Thos Packer, clerk 

28 Albert E Elmer, barber 

32 Wm Roaat, machinist 

34 John H Dickson, engineer 

Young st intersects 

40 Miss M Friendship, grocer 

40 Alex Grant, laborer 

42 Thomas Webster, plumber 

44 Mrs S Decker 

46 A A McKenzie, mariner 

48 David Rae, laborer 

50 Jas Dennison, stone cutter 

52 Mrs Joseph Kilraurray 

54 Alex Turubull, painter 

56 Francis Morrison, machinist 

Earl st intersects 

Gardiner's Biscuit Works 
78 Richard Edwards, carpenter 
80 Geo W H Comer, clerk 
82 Mrs John Taylor 
86 Miss Anna Smith 
88 Charles Staley, sailor 



90 John Geale 

92 Vacant 

94 Robt Free, mason 

96 F J Leahy, grocer 

98 Mrs Thomas Leahy 

100 Peter Asselstine, carpenter 

Johnston st intersects 

124 Anthony Crawford 
130 P W Donoghue, clerk 
134 John Bedford, spinner 
136 Jos Hipson, boilermaker 
140 Jos Kennedy, boilermaker 

Brock st intersects 

146 Mrs Jas A McDowall 
148 H Henderson, photographer 
152 John Jenkin, carpenter 
168 Benj Asselstine, carpenter 

Garrat st intersects 

Princess st intersects 

206 and 208 vacant 
212 Mrs John Turbett 
214 and 216 vacant 
218 A Harold, carpenter 
220 F J Pugh, clerk 

Colborne st intersects 

220 Henry W Peters, mariner 

222 Mrs George Waldron 

224 Henry Mowat, mason 

226 George Mowat 

228 Henry Goodfellow, mail clerk 

230 John Dales, teacher 

232 T A Brough, teacher 

240 Mrs Thos Eward 

248 Mrs John Strachan 

Elm st intersects 



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250, 252 and 254 vacant 
258 Wm Campbell, blacksmith 
260 Mrs Eobert Joyce 
270 Wm Peach, mason 
278 John Gordon, mason 

Fifth st intersects 

284 Silas Grimshaw, carpenter 
290 John Lyons, fisherman 
294 Thos Patton, carter 
296 Martin Nolan, carpenter 
322 Miss Sarah Bennett 

All Saints' Church 
324 Thos Arniel 

York st intersects 

356 Jas Murray, engineer 
360 A Eobinson, watchman 
362 Vacant 
366 Eobt Elliott, carpenter 

Pine st intersects 

368 Mrs Wm Conley 
378 Thos Abbott, laborer 
384 Mrs Wm Lemon 


450 John Jones, tailor 

458 T W Gibson, contractor 

460 Vacant 

464 Daniel Corrigan 

476 Daniel Gallivan, laborer 

490 Thos James, butche^ 

498 Wm Joyce, butcher 

700 Edward Lawless, caretaker 


Dufferin st (north side) from 
Rideau west to Bagot 

Isaac Oliver, carpenter 
F Sommerville, machinist 
Thos Sands, carpenter 
Alex Carr, machinist 
Charles Jackson, fitter 
James Gormly, laborer 
Mrs John Mann 
Mrs Geo Spotten 
Mrs Bernard McKenna 
Chas M Spooner, brakeman 
H Middleton, laboi-er 
James Conley, confectioner 
Mrs Ann McAuley 


Stanley st intersects 

386 Vacant 

390 Mrs Alfred Jolliffe 

392 Spencer, driver 

396 Mrs Jane Caunem 

400 Eobt Thompson, laborer 

Adelaide st intersects 

426 Eobt McVety, carpenter 
438 Thos Collins, mariner 
448 John Scott, mason 
City Limits 

Concession road intersects 


Dufferin st( south side) 

John Duffy, laborer 


Durham st, w from Victoria 

Horace Atwood, laborer 
Walter Lamb, contractor 
Edward Eoddy, carter 
Eichard Cooper, carter 
James McKnight, laborer 
E Haffner, butcher 

Macdonnell st intersects 



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76 Mrs John Harris 

78 John V Ferris, gardener 



Earl st (north side) west 
from water's edge 

Ontario st intersects 

23 Vacant 

25 Fred Joyner, carpenter 

King st intersects 

43 Alex Ferguson, mariner 
47 Edwin Rowlands, blacksmith 
49 J B Johnson, barber 
53 J Johnston, blacksmith 
55 Geo Soraerville, purser 
63 John Walsh, accountant 
65 Alfred Hanley, telegrapher 
67 Thomas Hanley, ticket agent 
GTE 

Wellington st intersects 

81 Andrew McMahon, painter 
83 David Thomson, grocer 
87 Isaac Kelly, pattern maker 
89 Timothy J Lane 
91 Jeremiah Millan 
97 Michael Foley, carter 
John Green, butcher 

Bagot st intersects 

113 Z Prevost, merchant 

117 W Wormworth, piano maker 

121 Vacant 

Sydenham st intersects 



149 and 151 vacant 
155 John Kerr, manager 
Works 



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161 B W Robertson, merchant 
163 H Cunningham, iron founder 
179 W J Cr others, manufacturer 

Clergy st intersects 

185 Mrs James Johnston 

189 Vacant 

193 Robt Carswell, boiler 

195 Francis Ricard, tanner 

199 Vacant 

201 Miss F E Young 

Barrie st intersects 

213 Mrs Robt Little 

215 Mrs James Fairbanks 

217 Mrs Michael Percy 

219 P Coon ay, laborer 

221 Robt Milne, mariner 

223 Jas McGillivray, engineer 

225 Harry McCune, tinsmith 

227 Capt Jamerf Dix 

229 Thomas Elmer, moulder 

233 Mrs James Hickey 

235 James Gillie, engineer 

237 C E Crosby, shoemaker 

239 Robert Agnew, moulder 

243 Vacant 

245 David Ainslie, carpenter 

247 Patrick Ryan, laborer 

r247 Langley Bird, laborer 

r247 Wm Tolhurst, laborer 

r247 Jas B Yates 

255 Richard Genge, laborer 

257 Rev John Sharp 

Division st intersects 

Biscuit factory 
267 Hugh Braniff, clerk 
269 Wm Polhtt, baker 
277 Joseph Skeggs, laborer 
289 Samuel Self 



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291 Joseph Skeggs, laborer 
293 Thos Bain, laborer 
295 Mrs Peter Clark 
303 Robert Keys, grocef 
307 Vacant 
r307 Jos Lawler, baker 
309 Mrs John Gilchrist 

University ave intersects 

327 Mrs Walter Eoss 

Alfred st intersects 

New house 
327 Mrs A Harvey 
331 Mrs J L Cotter 
333 Mrs John Baker 

Frontenac st intersects 

377 James Fitzgerald, engineer 
379 Geo Harris, boilermaker 
383 J W Ausley, cabinetmaker 
385 Mrs Geo Dodd 

Albert and Cellingivood sts intersect 



Earl st (south side) 

Ontario st intersects 

12 M G Miller, tuner 
14 Vacant 

16 Jeff Lovett, machinist 
18 John Hunt, laborer 
20 Arch Hendry, teamster 
20^ Miss Margaret Tallon 
22 Chas Marchaud, melter 
24 Mrs Wm McCarter 

King st intersects 

46 J Saunders, timekeeper 



48 Mrs G WiUiams 
50 Hobt Meek, Sec'y Odd-Fel- 
lows' Relief Assn 
52 Wm G Anghn, M D 
56 W Anglin, bursar. Asylum 
58 Vacant 

62 Mrs J Richardson, boarding 
66 Wm S R Murch, traveler 
68 Michael Grady, contractor 

Wellington st intersects 

72 J Z DesRochers, organist 

74 Mrs John Mitchell 

76 Joseph White, laborer 

80 Miss A Macdonald 

82 John Walsh, tobacconist 

90 Mrs Wm Hayward 

92 Robt Charlton, mechanic 

94 C D Franklin, merchant 

96 Thos Hewitt, foreman 

98 Rev Samuel Houston 

100 Mrs Wm Young 

102 Robt McRae, grocer 

Bagot st intersects 

108 Mrs Robt Hermiston 
110 Andrew Moore, clerk 
114 E W Lowe, traveler 
116 Geo Lee, piano maker 
118 W M Drennan, merchant 
120 R J Bowes, merchant 
122 Capt J B Cochrane 
180 Mrs Wm Nickle 
182 Vacant 
184 Prof J W WiUiamson 

Sydenham st intersects 

148 Thos Moore, merchant 
158 A F McPherson, bookkeeper 
160 Fleming Rowland, collector 
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162 Eev Geo Bell 

West St intersects 
164 Wm E McRae, merchant 
Clergy st intersects 
Chalmers Church 
Barrie st intersects 

212 Mrs E Kelso 

214 Mrs Powell 

220 John Treneer, carter 

222 Michael Lawless, carter 

224 Benjamin Barney, broker 

226 Lewis Francis, laddermaker 

228 John Davidson, guard 

230-82-34 Vacant 

236 James Denny, laborer 

238 Charles Simpson, laborer 

240 Albert Vere, laborer 

242 Patrick Hamilton 

244 Oscar W German, laborer 

246 Peter Monks, laborer 

248 James Hamilton, laborer 

Division st intersects 

254 B O'Donnell, gardener 
256 Mrs Wm Graham 
258 Henry Eyder 
260 Wm Bunt, blacksmith 
262 Wm Steggall, shoemaker 
264 Abel Yates, laborer 
266 James Clark, foreman 
276 Mrs James Eenton 
276 Eichard Ludlow, carter 
282 Thos Percy, blacksmith 
284 I Asselstine, blacksmith 
286 Vacant 

302 S W Hobart, druggist 
304 Wm Brian 



306 L Swingward, clerk 

University ave intersects 

310 John Litton, boilermaker 
318 Thos Conley, trade instructor 
320 Wm Smallbridge, mason 

Alfred and Frontenac sts intersect 

380 E D Baker, tobacconist 
382 Wm Baker 

Albert and Collingwood sts intersect 

EUerbeck Ave, runs n from 
King w 

Samuel Kelly, machinist 
Eobt Lindsay, carpenter 



Ellice st (north side) from 
Main to Division north 

9 James Crozier, laborer 
11 James McNamee, laborer 
21 Vacant 

23 James Martin, mariner 
29 Lewis Laloude, carpenter 

Vine st intersects 

21 Fred Curtis, mason 

23 Thomas Pope, shoemaker 

27 Geo T Swan, grocer 



Ellice st (south side) 

8 Jonathan Taylor, carter 
20 Eobt Graham, shoemaker 
22 Thomas Matthews, laborer 
24 Wm Eves, painter 



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26 Thos Callaghau, engineer 

28 Patrick Conroy 

30 James G Meagher, trader 

32 Geo Keau, carpenter 

34 Capt Daniel Bates 

36 Geo Dicks, mechanic 

38 Vacant 

40 Charles SulHvan, laborer 



Elm st (north side) from 
Division to Alfred 

23 John House, carpenter 

25 Eichard Young, laborer 

27 Mrs Millard 

35 James Bennett, shoemaker 

43 Peter Rourke. laborer 

47 S Swan, machinist 

49 Henry Brouse, machinist 

59 MrsGraceScouten, laundress 

61 Wm Clark, laborer 

79 Philip Bus well, stove fitter 

Chatham st intersects 

87 Vacant 

91 Geo Cotman, laborer 

99 Mrs John Dougherty 



Elm st (south side) 

20 John Stagg, laborer 

22 Edward Suddard, checker 

24 Wm Babcock, laborer 

26 John Lake, laborer 

28 Stephen A Graves, clerk 

36 Ernest Rowe, clerk 

40 Vacant 

42 Mrs George Henderson 

48 William Meek, laborer 

50 B Saunders laborer 

64 and 56 vacant 



60 Alex Marsh, laborer 
65 J W Marsh, storeman 

Chatham st intersects 



Emily st from the water to 
King e 

M H Folger 
James B Strathy 
Hon G A Kirkpatrick, Q C, 
MP 



Fifth st, west from Division 

John Turcjtt, laborer 
George Turcott, carpenter 
Mrs John Walker 
John Rutherford, grinder 
Mrs Farley 

Chatham st intersects 
Eobt Decker, agent 



First st (north side) from 
Division west 

3 R McMillan, piano maker 
Chatham st intersects 

9 Henry Smith, clerk 
27 Joseph Morrison, carpenter 
29 Wm Coleman, basket maker 
31 John Hogan, carpenter 

First st (south side) 
2 B H Sherring, stone cutter 



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Frontenac (east side) from 
Union to Limits 

Earl St intersects 

81 Joseph Bawden, barrister 
85 Thos Thompson, guard K P 
87 Mrs David Enghsh 

Johnston st intersects 

147 John Hazlett, foreman 
149 Charles Lemon, carpenter 
153 W J C Allen, manfr 
153 Mrs Abraham Thornton 

Brock st intersects 

Victoria Park 

Mack st intersects 

Vacant lot 

Princess st intersects 

Jas R Baker 

J McCoy, carpenter 

Vacant 

William Woods 

8eth Lyon 

Henry Bawden. foreman 



Frontenac st (west side) 

28 R F Sargent, clerk 

30 Wm Seale, clerk 

32 J J Otto, bookbinder 

36 W J Cunningham, knitter 

36 A G Frost, painter 

Earl st intersects 

W E Raney, journalist 
John Kerr 



Wm McReady, engineer 
86 Mrs Robt Sinclair 

John Comper, carpenter 
F H Wilmot 

Johnston st intersects 

152 Geo Smith 

158 W H Sleeman, mason 

164 Mrs C Cochrane 

Brock st intersects 

Victoria Park 

Mack st interseets 

Orlando Bux'nett, policeman 

Mrs Edward Gorham 

Vacant 

George Bonny, foreman 

Moses Fisher, tailor 

Jas Steacy, manager News 

Wm Cannon, accountant 

Princess st intersects 

M D Roach, cab driver 
Wm Woollard, clerk 
Samuel Lee, moulder 



Garrett st west from Divi- 
sion to University ave 

2 R H Light, artist 
4 Arch Brownlie, tailor 
10 Jos Reid, cabinetmaker 
12 R J Reid, undertaker 
Stewart Davy, carpenter 
David McRae, grocer 



George st (east side) n from 
King w to Stuart 



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31 Bernard McConville, 

carrier 
33 Eobt Kearns, letter carrier 
35 Mrs John Rowlands 
39 Jas F Leslie, merchant 
43 R W Vandewater, merchant 
47 James Shannon, postmaster 
55 Vacant 

57 Wm Leshe, raftsman 
59 Mrs John Noon 
61 David Gee, steam fitter 
63 Joseph Taylor, steamboat ins 



George st (west side) 

6 Vacant 

8 Wm Dowsley, machinist 
10 John Anderson, laborer 
14 Henry Johnston, laborer 
16 John Girey, trader 
20 Mrs Margaret Scales 
22 Wm Cunningham, tuner 

O'Kill st intersects 
Kingston Hospital 



Gordon st, now University 
Avenue. 



Gore st, (north side) from 
water's edge to Bagot 

Locomotive Works 

Ontario st intersects 

39 Mrs M Godwin 

45 J P Gildersleeve, insurance 

49 Miss Elizabeth Remy, teacher 



King st intersects 

65 Jas Kavanagh, grain buyer 

73 Jas Hanley, clerk 

75 A Hanley, inland revenue 

77 Wm Potts, bartender 

79 Patrick Moran, moulder 

81 Mrs Wm Leslie 

85 Mrs Sarah Stallers 

89 Miss Hattie Boyd 

91 Mrs Daniel Whelan 

Wellington st intersects 

103 Patrick Curtis, shoemaker 
105 Mrs John Campbell 
111 Thos Seal, laborer 
115 A Williamson, contractor 



Gore st (south side) 

Government Dry Dock 
Ontario st intersects 

42 F G Hansan, painter 
44 Thos Stanford, mechanic 
46 John Sprowell, mariner 

King st intersects 

64 Wm Power, shipbuilder 

76 Mrs Mary Walsh 

80 Mrs Wm Mercer 

R H Toye, confectioner 
Adam Gilchrist, loco works 
Alfred Perry, machinist 
John Burke, laborer 
Mrs Charles Dine 



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Wellington st intersects 



104 Mrs John Melville 
106 John Percy, cab driver 



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112-14 Joseph George, piano 

manufacturer 
116 W C Martin 
118 Mrs Thos Tandy 



Gray's Lane, north from 
Upper William 

1 David Dempster, laborer 

2 J Sullivan, laborer 

3 Mrs John Donoghue 



Grove st, now Rideau 



Hickson ave, formerly Park 
st, from G. T. R. lower 
station. 

James Lambert, laborer 
Mrs Dora McDermott 
Edward Doyle, carpenter 
Joseph Dinney, tel repairer 
Patrick Smith, engineer 
D Joyce, laborer 
Patrick Gilgan, laborer 
Mrs Doutney 
Vacant 

Daniel Phalen, switchman 
Wm Lappage, mason 
Henry Marshall, laborer 
Wm Belt, laborer 
Thos McDermott, conductor 
Mrs Catharine Cleary 
Dennis Mulroney, laborer 
Samuel Lambert, bridge in- 
spector 
F Jeffries, signalman 
Laurence Mallon, laborer 
Wm J Gates, foreman 
Wm Fair bairn, signalman 



James st (north side) from 
Montreal to Patrick 

Thos Polhtt, baker 

25 Jas McLaughlin, mason 
27 Michael Campbell, spinner 

29 Kichard Cowman, engineer 

31 Wm Cullen, engineer 

33 Vacant 

37 John Hartley, laborer 

41 Wallace Gilmore, carpenter 

43 Vacant 

45 Chas McConnell, moulder 

47 James Crawford, laborer 

51 Euby A Singleton, grocer 

James st (south side) 

6 Wm I^halen, cigar maker 
8 Joseph King, shoemaker 

10 Henry Lawson, laborer 

12 Mrs Ada Campbell 

14 John Eyan, carpenter 

16 Mrs Spencer 

22 Alex Sly, blacksmith 

26 Mrs John Lee 

30 John Sissons, dyer 

32 James Delph, laborer 

34 Alex Bailey, laborer 

38 Alex Floody, teamster 
50 Mrs Sarah Gunn 



John st (north side) from 
Montreal to Patrick 

9 John Veil 

11 Frank Ganeau, laborer 

17 Patrick Whalen, tanner 

21 Robert Cowie, machinist 

23 Mrs Thos Cowie 

25 J S Donaldson, builder 

29 Robert Dunlop, tailor 



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35 John O'Hearn, laborer 
47 James Black, laborer 
51 Mrs Ellen Downey 
55 Mrs Sarah Cassidy 
57 F McCambridge, laborer 
59 Sorel Pelchia, tailor 
63 Luke Joyce, carter 



John st (south side) 

8 Daniel Gorman, carter 
10 Mrs Leadle 
12 John Hamilton, engineer 
14 Wm Carson, laborer 

Separate School 
42 Capt Perry Burns 
52 Wm J Clark carter 
54 A Choron, blacksmith 
68 Eichard Painter, baker 



John st, north, now Russell 
street 



Johnston st (north side) 
from Kingston Harbor 

Jas Swift & Co, wharfingers 
P Clint, hotel 

Ontario st intersects 

Anglo-American hotel 

19 Mrs Thos Nugent 

21 Mrs Alex McKillop 

25 Mrs Ellen Lynch 

31 Vacant 
r31 Mrs Mary Gleason 
r31 Mrs Mary Dempsey 
rSl Mrs Hickey, huckster 

33 John Shughrue, laborer 

37 John O'Shea, laborer 



King st intersects 

St George's Cathedral 

Wellington st intersects 

Congregational Church 
87 Wm Watham, stovefitter 
r87 Wm Wilson, laborer 
r87 Alex Eobinson, carpenter 
r87 Stephen McQuillis, moulder 
r87 Mrs Michael Massey 
r87 W A Butler, laborer 
r87 Edward Huggins, boilermaker 
93 Eev Douglas Laing 

Baptist Church 
101 Mrs Jas Gleason 
103 A Haaz, manufacturer 

Bagot st intersects 

Asylum 

Sydenham st intersects 

185 John Smith, jeweler 
187 Chas Smith, jeweler 
189 Mrs C E Irving 
191 J B Page, merchant 
193 Eev S N Jackson 
195 E S Dobbs, C E 
197 E T Steacy, merchant 

Clergy st intersects 

St Mary's Cathedral 
225 Arch Bishop's Palace 

Barrie st intersects 

247 G A Eobinson 

251 Vacant 

255 Edward Hopkinson, trader 

257 Elgin Hogle, laborer 

259 Fred Thomson, mill hand 



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261 Mrs James Eyan 
263 Mrs Emily Joues 
265 R K Eowe, teacher 
267 John Scouse, painter 
Louise Pubhc School 

Division st intersects 

291 Mrs John McArdle 

293 W H Cassidy, carpenter 

295 Mrs Ellen Burns 

297 Stephen McKernan 

305 W Hayward, blacksmith 

307 Joseph Garpy, stonecutter 

r307 P McKenna, hostler 

309 G Boyd, engineer 

311 W Hanscombe, laborer 

313 T O'Reilly, engineer 

315 D Scott, storeman 

317 Wellington Guess, farmer 

319 P Lawless, carter 

321 Mrs J Fowler 

323 J Sloan, painter 

325 John Gallagher, laborer 

327 E Greer, laborer 

333 B D Noxon, merchant 

335 Mrs Henry Moyers 

337 John Smith, printer 

University ave intersects 

351 E Hull, painter 

353 Eichard Lumb, mechanic 

355 Mrs L Hammond 

861 H H Taylor, merchant 

A If red si intersects 

373 J Crowley, carter 

379 Vacant 

385 Vacant 

387 G Filtz, cabinet maker 

889 John Hay, mason 

891 T Eutherford, moulder 



398 Wm Anderson, stone cutter 
395 M Campbell, laborer 

Frontenac st intersects 

405 E Filtz, mason 

419 New house 

423 J A K Drummond, grain 

Eev Wm Short 
429 and 431 vacant 

Albert, Nelson and Victoria sts 
intersect 

Wm Moxley, blacksmith 

Macdonnell st intsrsects 

James Campbell, farmer 

Johnston st (south side) 

GTE Station 

Ontario st intersects 

16 Joseph Harris, laborer 

18 Vacant 

20 James Quigley, grocer 

24 Patrick Hurley, carter 

26 Geo Laturney, carter 

28 E J Manning, driver 

34 Mrs John Sinnott 

86 Thos Sinnott 

42 Joseph Jamieson, plumber 

44 John Burkett, laborer 

46 Thos Haley, huckster 

King st intersects 

52 Dr Garrett 

54 Jas H Taylor, K & P E 

68 Mrs J A Henderson 

Wellington st intersects 



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70 John McNeil, moulder 
78 Roller Rink 
80 Vacant 

82 Daniel Reilly, music teacher 
84 Alfred Elliott, mail carrier 
Notre Dame Convent 

Bagot st intersects 

112 Mrs C Garrett 

114 Aguslus Forester, bartender 

118 Mrs Wm McNamee 

120 Mrs Luke Woods 

122 Robert Hendry, traveller 

126 Wm Rigney, merchant 

128 Wm Burrows, inland rev 

136 Wm Smith 

138 Wm Daltou, merchant 

140 Capt A G G Wurtele 

142 T Bolger, city eugineer 

146 T G Rudd, agent 

148 Neil McNeil, plumber 

154 R McPherson, immigration 

agent 
162 John Ward, merchant 

Sydenham st intersects 

172 Mrs J Dickson 
176 Vacant 
188 Prof J B Mowat 
190 Mrs J Birmingham 
196 Alex Gunn, merchant 

Clergy st intersects 

216 John Laidlaw, merchant 
218 D H Dowsley, M D 
220 Mrs Richard Tossell 
220 Robt J Chown, traveler 
222 Rev D McCormick 
224 C F Rees, traveler 
226 H C Voigt, accountant 
228 Mrs Edward Chapman 



232 Rev T G Smith 
238 Alex Ross, merchant 
240 John Kelly, clerk P 

Barrie st intersects 

242 Rev D C Sanderson 

Second Cong Church 
258 Mrs Wm Carnegie 
260 Geo Gilmore, mason 
262 Henry Hollowell 
264 Mrs Wm Clarke 
266 Vacant 
268 Vacant 

270 Wm Wright, butcher 
276 John Paul, sup't harbor 
278 Mrs John Wright 

Division si intersects 

282 John Carey, moulder 

284 Geo Thompson, collector 

286 Mrs John Muuroe 

288 M Brennan, keeper K P 

290 Wm Chapman, farmer 

292 Miss Mary Bilton 

294 Miss Harriet Swanstoa 

296 J W Shorey, lather 

298 Vacant 

802 I Asselstine, contractor 

304 James Sleeth 

306 M B Wheelock 

308 Wm Richardson 

801 John Hunt, laborer 

812 Geo Babcock, laborer 

Baseball grounds 

314 Mrs M Swain 

316 Mrs Thos Myers 

318 J Chrisley, laborer 

322 Wm Gates, carpenter 

328 John Fisher, merchant 

330 Wm Snowden, mason 

832 Vacant 



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838 Wm McCartney, mason 
340 Wm McCutcheon, baker 

University ave intersects 

356 M S Burnette, silverware 

358 Mrs J A Liffiton 

360 G M Weber, piano maker 

362 J McKenty 

364 W C Darby, bookkeeper 

366 N B Johnston 

Alfred st intersects 

382 J Eutherford, carpenter 
386 James Lee, carpenter 

Frontenac st intersecis 

410 H Wilkins, painter 

412 James Hynds, laborer 

414 P Filtz, carpenter 

416 Mrs Wm Nash 

418 John Fisher, carpenter 

420 J Megarry, policeman 

422 Vacant 

424 J Callaghan, cabinet maker 

428 Anderson 

430 G Randall, laborer 
432 Mrs M Eeid 

Albert, CoUingwood & Victoria 
sts intersect 



King st East (east side) 
from Barrie to the river 

Murney Tower 

Emily st intersects 

31 J S Muckleston, merchant 

46 C F Gildersleeve 

49 E J B Pense, publisher 



Andrew Maclean, grocer 

Maitland st intersects 

81 Joseph Upper 
85 Rybert Kent 

Simcoe st intersects 

James A Hendry 

West st intersects 

123 John Mudie, barrister 
125 F A Bickley, traveller 
131 Hiram A Calvin 
133 Mrs Catherine Fraser 
141 K N Fenwick, M D 
157 Major-Gen. Cameron 

Union st intersects 

161 Noel Kent 

165 Vacant 

167 Thomas Briggs, manager F 

L & I society 
169 Donald Fraser, banker 
191 W Ferguson, sheriff 

Gore st intersects 

197 Michael Connolly, contractor 

199 Dr Herald 

203 A S Oliver, M D 

Earl st intersects 

221 B W Folger 
223 P Stearne, fur dealer 
Bank of Montreal 

William st intersects 

Merchants Bank 
253 Mrs John Arnold 
255 Henry O'Hara, laborer 
257 Z Wolfe, sailor 



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259 Jos A B Smith, tailor 
r259 M C Ryan, quarryman 

Johnston st intersects 

279 Church of England Deposi- 
tory 
British American Hotel 

Clarence st intersects 

J F Swift, insurance agent 
297 Vacant 
299 H V Lyon, barrister 

J G King, durggist 

Market Square intersects 

Market 

Brock st intersects 

327 Canadian Express Of&ce 
381 Miss Smith, dressmaker 
335 Vacant 

337 H D Bibby, tinsmith 
339 W J Arniel, watchmaker 
341 Jas McParland, wh liquors 
343 Thos Peters, hairdresser 
345 Smith Bros, watchmakers 
347 F W Spaugenburg, jeweler 
349 J G Bastow, plumber 
351 London Life Insurance Co 
353 Wm Dunlop, tailor 
355 S D Weaver, wh jeweler 
357 McBroom Bros, grocers 

Princess st intersects 

369 Vacant 

371 Mrs Thos Hand, dealer 

373 W J Wells, harness 

375 Peter Lamoureaux, dealer 

377 Mrs James McGowan, con 

379 John O'Connor, shoemaker 



381 R J Shales, horseshoer 
St Lawrence Hotel 

Queen st intersects 

393 Vacant 

395 Robert Coleman, laborer 

401 J M Jackson, ale bottler 

403 G C Wylie, carpenter 

405 Alex Potter, mariner 

407 John O'Donnell, inland rev 

409 Capt J Mallett, mariner 

411 Capt J G Hurley, mariner 

413 Geo Elder 

415 John Dodds, engineer 

Barrack st intersects 

419 Vacant 

423 Bowen House 

425 C A Oliver, carpenter 

429 Samuel Cairns, laborer 

431 A Davy, grain shoveler 

433 Mrs Benj Davy 

435 Railroad House 

Place d'Armes intersects 



King st East (west side) 

City Park 

West st intersects 

130 Miss Mary Fowley 
132 Isaac Simpson, banker 
134 Jas Swift, wharfinger 
136 Mrs Henry Hubbell 
138 C V Price, Co Judge 
156 S Strange, M D 

Union st intersects 



160 Vacant 



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162 E Adams, steamboat insp'r 

166 Rees Bros, confectioners 

168 Misses Martin, school 

172 J M Strange, merchant 

Gore st intersects 

190 E Christmas, blacksmith 

196 Edwin Hemsted, M D 

198 Mrs E Parker 

202 Thomas Welch, driver 

204 Mrs John Craig 

208 John Corkey, sailor 

208 Thos Malone, upholsterer 

212 Mrs Mary Ferris 

Earl st intersects 

218 John Neill, traveler 

220 Mids McTaggart 

222 John McGrath, printer 

224 Mrs Michael Swift 

226 Mrs Samuel Muckleston 

232 E F Davis, photographer 

238 A F McVety, M D 

William st intersects 

244 H J Saunders, M D 

250 Rev B B Smith, M A 

252 Vacant 

254 J C Connell, M D 

258 Miss E Gleeson, dressmaker 

258 Mrs Clinch 

260 Vacant 

264 Miss L Gildersleeve 

Johnston st intersects 

St George's Cathedral 
Custom House 

Clarence st intersects 
298 John Shanahan 



302 R H Toye, baker 
804 Mclntyre & Mclntyre, bar- 
risters 
312 M Quinn, grocer 
314 Michael Walsh, butcher 
316 Ford Bros, tanners 
318 W H Carnovsky, fruiterer 

Masonic Hall 
320 T J Leahy, grocer 
322 Waddingham Bros, butchers 
324 T Doolan, hotel 
326 J J Behan, grocer 
328 Thos Grahen, hide dealer 

W H Reid, butcher 

Brock st intersects 

Henry Wade, druggist 
332 Robert Shaw, barrister 
332 W Newlands, architect 
332 J S R McCann, insurance 
334 Sheldon & Davis, photo- 
graphers 
nm^ British Whig Office. 
342 Donald Eraser, private bank 
344 Joseph Brophy, gents' fur- 
nisher 
344 Eraser's Arcade 
344 Godwin's Insurance Empo- 
rium 
346 John Cunningham, sewing 

machines 
350 C A Vauarnam, confectioner 
352 R D Baker, gents' furnisher 
354 Thomas Moore, tailor 
356 Thos McAuley, bookseller 
358 O'Brien & Howland, clothiers 

Princess st intersects 

360 Hon M Sullivan, M D 
374 John Bushell, mariner 
380 J F McDermott, carriages 



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Queen st intersects 

Victoria Foundry 

414 Alex McQuisten, bookkeeper 

415 Wm Morrison, patternmaker 

Barrack st intersects 

420 T M Fenwick, M D 
428 Mrs John Fannor 
r428 Chas Hughes, laborer 
434 Mrs Ann B Free 
438 Vacant 



King st w (north side) from 
Barrie to Portsmouth 

3 R C Carter 
7 Bishop Lewis 
9 Miss Cunningham, music 
teacher 

George st intersects 

11 C Cunningham, confectioner 

27 Richard Varney, watchman 

29 Robt Eobinsou, boat builder 

31 G-eo O'Reilly, laborer 

33 Vacant 

37 Andrew Cassidy, butcher 

39 Wm Roach, engineer 

41 Miles Sinnott, cabman 

43 M Ryan, laborer 

45 Mrs Ehzabeth Mcllroy 

55 Mrs F W Trusdell 

59 J R Smeaton, grocer 

O'Kill st intersects 

81 Josias Abrams 
89 John LeHeup, laborer 
99 John Wilhs 
101-3 Vacant 



105 Mrs Paul Purvis 
107 Norman Davy, grocer 

University uve intersects 

117 Joseph Daunt 
123 John Gleeson, ice dealer 
125 J Hewton, manufacturer 
143 Col John Campbell 
165 S H Paine 

iS^ Lawrence ave intersects 

Thos McAuley, merchant 
Mrs George 
Mrs Robt Deacon 

Albert and Collingwood sts intersect 

Pipes' Ice house 
- AVm Irwin jr, machinist 
^ Wm Newman, guard K P 
«JWm Jackson, printer 
= j C W Wood, guard 
I R McCormack, guard K P 
a \James Evans, keeper K P 

Beverley st intersects 

Wm Irwin, machinist 
303 John Wright, city foreman 
John B Murphy, "Edge Hill" 
Thos Turnbull, engineer 

Mrs E Bates 

Miss Mary Stoughtou 

Vacant 

Frank Dobbs 

Matthew Patterson, mariner 

Centre st intersects 

St Mary of the Lake 
Nicholls' Cottages 
and 2 vacant 



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3 Eobert Campbell, laborer 

Ellerbeck ave intersects 

437 Michael Doran 

Livingston ave and Pembroke st 
intersects 

King st west (south side) 

W Eobinson, boat builder 
David Donnelly, carpenter 
Kingston Knob Factory 
Kingston Paint Works 
Geo Davy, carpenter 
John Gleeson's ice house 
Kingston Hosiery Co 
118 Grand Trunk Brewery 
300 K Crawford & Co, coal 
300 The Kathbun Co 
302 John F Wilson, manager 

Ellerbeck ave intersects 

Bay of Quinte Malt House 
Two vacant houses 
Thos McCarty, laborer 
J Driscoll, guard 
Lt-Col H R Smith, "Ring- 
wood" 
Henry Tyson, porter 

Lansdowne st (formerly- 
Upper Albert) from York 
to Adelaide 

Jas Taylor, mason 
Stanley st intersects 

54 Archie Wall, mason 
56 Robert Smith, laborer 



James Devine, carter 



Livingston ave (east side) 
from King w to Union 

Mrs Annie Jones 
A Simmons 
W F Ryan, guard K P 
Herbert Lyon, student 



Livingston ave (west side) 

John Kerr, instructor K P 
39 Edward Burke, laborer 
J L Joyce, guard K P 
P Moncrief, guard K P 
P Madden, guard K P 
Nicholas Hugo, carpenter 
New House 
E R Davis, guard K P 



Macdonnell st north from 
Union to Princess 

Vacant 

John McCaul, butcher 



Mack st west from Alfred 
to Nelson 

1 Mrs J B Lawler 

7 W D Carmichael, traveler 
11 Mrs Daniel McGuin 
13 Geo E Williams, Sec YMCA 
15 G W Creighton, accountant 
17 Wm Newlands, architect 

Frontenac st intersects 

23 Prof C Harris, R M C 
31 Geo Mills 



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Main st (east side) from 
Oolborne to Division 

9 George Sarsfield, shoemaker 
2] Arch McGill, clerk 
23 E McCardle, laborer 
25 W J Maiden, piano maker 
27 Henry Turbett, carter 
33 Wm McCullough, carpenter 
35 J E White, tinsmith 
37, 39 and 41 vacant 
43 Alex Nicholson, moulder 
39 Jonathan Offord, bookkeeper 
41 Hugh Douglas, plasterer 
43 Capt Wm Ada 
45 John Nolan, engineer 
47 James Martin, painter 

Raglan road intersects 

23 Wesley Vanluven, laborer 

25 Duncan Nesbit, carpenter 

27 Vacant 

29 Henry Cambridge, laborer 

31 George Northmore, baker 

33 John Nicholson, laborer 

35 John Lytle, painter 

41 Thos Nicholson, carter 



Main st (west side) 

12 Robt Baird, mechanic 
14 Miss Edna Redmond 
16 Vacant 

Ellice st intersects 

30 John McCammou, butcher 
32 Wm Clanahan, laborer 
34 Thos Clanahan, baker 
36 Wm Graham, laborer 
38 C Goodearl, scavenger 



Ann st intersects 

42 Wm Smith, laborer 
14 Geo Creggan, tailor 

Haglnn road intersects 

26 Chas Woods, printer 
38 Mrs Mary Fitzpatrick 
40 John Bulch, sailor 
48 James Heaphey, laborer 

Division st intersects 



Maitland st from the water 
to King e 

13 Miss Gertrude Dunlop 

14 Lindsay Russell 



Market Square, south side 
City Hall 

Ontario st intersects 

Stanley House 
8 Michael Conroy, grocer 
10 Hinds Bros, soda water 
12 J Kavanagh, flour and feed 
14 C Lyons, saloon 
16 Inland Revenue Office 

C D Franklin, flour and feed 

S S Phippen, real estate 

4 The Hub 

J G King, druggist 



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22 



King st intersects 



Markland st, also called 
Centre, (north side) from 
Montreal to Patrick 



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Caws, Dashaway, Fountain 
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Charles O'Toole, engineer 

Maurice Devan, carpenter 

Mrs Barr 

Thomas Enwright, carpenter 

John Whitehead 
19 John O'Brien, laborer 
21 Timothy O'Brien, shoemaker 
23 Martin McDonald, laborer 
25 Joseph Whitehead, laborer 



Markland st, (south side) 

Mrs Gallagher 
10 Daniel Guirey, conductor 
16 Mrs Mary David 
18 John Farmer, salesman 
Mrs Eliazbeth Hassett 
Mrs James Simpson 



Miller's Lane, from Bagot 
to Montreal 

John Gallivan, laborer 
H Whiting, brakeman 
Wm Or man, mechanic 



Montreal st (east side) from 
Brock north to limits 

7 Thos E Dupuis, M D 

9 Wycott & Irvine, dressmakers 

11 C H Otto, bookbinder 

11 John Mundell, M D 

13 Isobel McConville, M D 

15 Mrs James McCammon 

19 Dr Black, dentist 

21 Mechanics' Institute 

21 Art School 

21 Odd Fellows' Hall 



25 City Drug Store 



Princess st inter sests 

A Strachan, hardware 
35 John Jones, tailor 
39 N W^ilmot. blacksmith 
41-3 T W Milo, painter 
47 Mrs Sarah Holder 

Queen st intersects 

St Paul's Church 
Artillery Barracks 

Ordnance st intersects 

118 L C Eobinson, clerk 

119 Mrs John Bennett 

120 A Burham 

121 Thos Hughes, laborer 

122 Mrs Annie Williamson 

123 Vacant 

124 Harry Holly, clerk 

125 Philip Mackay, moulder 
127 Vacant 

129 David Rea, laborer 
131 F Armstrong, photographer 
133 Geo Clark, broommaker 
135 Wm Wheale, machinist 
137 Mrs John McGlynn 
141 S Donnelly, machmist 
143 Richard Boyce, clerk 
145 Wm Simmons, mariner 
147 Philip Haffner, butcher 

Ba;/ st intersects 

149 Wm Strainge, grocer 

151 Sidney Smith, currier 

153 James Dunlop, baker 

155 Thos Bailie, shoemaker 

157 W^m Erwin, roadmaster K 

PR 
159 John A McDonald 



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North st intersects 

167 Vacant 

169 Mrs Michael Sullivan 

173 Michael Sullivan, carpenter 

175 D J Fennell, engineer 

Miller's Lane intersects 

185 Peter Hunter, printer 
187 Mrs Wm ElHott 
189 Jas Murphy, carpenter 
207 James O'Neill, laborer 
209 Charier Carson, stove fitter 
211 Wm Diamond, laborer 

Raglan road intersects 

213 J B Cook, grocer 

215 Joseph Grifi&n, laborer 

219 Michael Doyle, bartender 

221 John Bell, baker 

228 Eobt Campsall, laborer 

225 John Liston, laborer 

243 Eobt McFarlane, carpenter 

245 Eobt Downey, laborer 

247 George Nuttall, blacksmith 

John st intersects 

257 Wm Murphy, sailor 

259 Mrs James Bennett 

271 Vacant 

277 James Babcock, teamster 

279 Vacant 

281 Wm Bennett, tinsmith 

281 Daniel Eeeves, engineer 

283 C Lowry, currier 

293 Alex Sloan 

297 Thos Countryman, currier 

299 Wm Parker, laborer 

301 Wm Holder, carpenter 

303 Vacant 



Charles st intersects 

305 and 307 vacant 

309 Eobt Frizzel, shoemaker 

315 Mrs Wm Marvin 

821 Samuel Greer, engineer 

328 John Greer, watchman 
325 John Moore, engineer 
327 Mrs Evans 

329 Patrick CuUen, laborer 
331 Walter Gow, watchman 

James and Rideau sts intersect 

St Patrick's Separate School 
675 John Fallon, section boss 
681 Alexander Darragh 
689 George Darragh, carpenter 
693 John Doyle, baggageman 
695 Methodist Church 
C Millan, butcher 
775 Vacant 

777 Patrick Delaney, carpenter 
793 Thos Jones, foreman 
Star Hotel 

John Druce, car inspector 
F Hornibrook, car inspector 
Alex Campbell, grocer 
Eobt Brignall, foreman 
Eobt Hunter, pumpman 
Mrs James McKay 
T Sweetman, car inspector 
James Summerby, conductor 
Wm Hanscombe, switchman 



Montreal st (west side) 

Third Methodist Church 
14 Edward Eyan, M D 

Shore Loynes & Co, grocers 

Princess st intersects 



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30 W H Pipe, hairdresser 
34 Public School Board Office 
36 Vacant 
46 Albion Hotel 

Queen st intersects 

Mrs John Power 

1 2 and 3 vacant 

4 Alex Sutherland 

5 Geo W Amey, manufacturer 

6 James McLeod, machinist 

7 Mrs Hester Chamberlain 
Major Wm King 

5 Thos Meagher, customs 

4 Mrs Chas Murray 

3 Mrs Annie Chattick 

2 Vacant 
1 Arch Urquhart, traveler 



Ordnance st intersects 
House of Providence 

Bay st intersects 

140 James Moore 

144 Daniel Moore, laborer 

146 Mrs John Brady 

148 John McCammon, butcher 

176 Eobert O'Connell, shoemaker 

178 Patrick O'Brien, moulder 

Mrs David Jones 
202 Felix O'Reilly, laborer 
206 Thos Gallagher, laborer 
210 W Walsh, foreman 
212 Vacant 

Raglan road intersects 

Samuel Kirkpatrick, laborer 
216 Wm McKee, moulder 
220 John Branigan, grocer 
222 Vacant 
224 J J Gallagher, painter 



Markland st intersects 

240 Jas Soward's hotel 
246 Owen Aldred, porter 
248 James Henderson 
250 Ernest Villard, laborer 
252 Con Millan, butcher 

yoh7i st intersects 

284 Vacant 

290 Mrs Patrick McCann 

292 Mrs Patrick Nugent 

294 Mrs Arthur King 

298 Edward Carmer, laborer 

298 Edward Maddigan, laborer 

304 Mrs Timothy Bates 

308 Robt W Allen, grocer 

Charles st intersects 

312 Thos Tooher, grocer 

326 S McCormack, manufacturer 

330 Mrs N Palmer 

332 Thos G Ockley, grocer 

334 W Gow 

338 Mrs Anna Sherratt 

James st intersects 

356 Arthur Knight, currier 
356 Frank Pollitt, baker 
358 John Haywood, laborer 
360 Robt Tilson, laborer 
362 House of Industry 
390 Robt Glasgow, currier 
398 Thos Kemp, machinist 
402 Wm Eraser, carpenter 
404 A T Thornton, laborer 
410 Mrs M McDonald 

Stephen st intersects 

466 Walter Shufflebottham 



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468 Vacant 

480 A Skelton, laborer 

Russell st intersects 

576 Patrick Gorman, carpenter 
Frontenac Public School 
K & P R car works 
Philip Brady 
T Potter, sectionman 

680 J W Boakes, conductor 
John Hoag, switchman 
David Funnell, carpenter 
W H Harmer, carpenter 

770 R W Hanueford, C E 

Hickson ave intersects 

Jas Quigley, Depot House 
G T R Station 



Nelson st (east side) north 
from Johnston 

Thos Grant, boilermaker 
Mrs G Fenwick 

Mack st intersects 

141 John Graham, gardener 
149 W Dempster, stone cutter 
155 Edwin Rescrola, laborer 
James Compton, laborer 
Robt Reeves, teamster 
159 J Redden, carpenter 
161 Wm Bennett, carter 
163 John Newlands, mason 
171 Wm R Davy, carpenter 
173 Vacant 

Princess st intersects 

Daniel Gunn, laborer 



Bryce Douglas, bricklayer 
Capt' Jos Dix, mariner 



Nelson st (west side) 

Wm Burk, carpenter 
138 James Douglas, mason 

Mrs Elizabeth Bruce 

Walter Giddings, mason 

Vacant house 

Samuel Ruttan, carpenter 
140 John Carver, carpenter 

Jas Mcllquhan, plasterer 
170 Wm FoUest, gardener 

Princess st intersects 

St Luke's Church 
Joseph Stuart, carpenter 
Robt Reynolds, mason 
N Langdon, mason 



Nolan's Lane, from 329 
Brock 

1 Mrs Alex McDonald 

2 Wm Carroll, laborer 

3 Vacant 



North st (north side) runs 
west from water's edge 

Henry Smith, builder 
J D Page, car inspector 

Pddeau st intersects 

Oil and Enamel Cloth Co 

Bugot and Montreal sts intersect 



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86 PRINCESS ST. 



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North st (south side) 

Rideau st intersects 

50 Wm Milroy, laborer 

66 James Whalen, mariner 

58 David Hay, laborer 

62 Richard "Wilson, laborer 

64 Sergt Amos Boutillier 

68 Mrs Nolan 

72 C Donovan, laborer 

Bagot st intersects 

Patrick Corrigan, laborer 

Montreal st intersects 



O'Kill st (north side) west 
from Barrie to King w 

5 WmDunnet, foreman 
15 James Barrigan, laborer 
19 Mrs Jane Fernell 
21 Vacant 

George st intersects 



O'Kill st (south side) 

20 Samuel Thomas, plasterer 

George st intersects 

42 James Gallivan, engineer 
44 J Jones, barber 
48 Geo Murray, mariner 
50 David McCready, shipper 
52 James Eegan, moulder 

Vacant 

Mrs J B Rogers 



Ontario st (east side) from 
West to the River 

Pumping Station 
13 Felix Lennon, fireman 

Engine House 
19 Wm Vince, engineer 
23 Henry Yeddo, engineer 
25 Mrs H Staley 
25a R Mcllgorm, blacksmith 
27 James O'Connor, bartender 
r27 John Dwver, porter 
29 M Doran 
31 Miss Annie Herron 

Ringston Foundry 



Union st intersects 

( 1 Wm Gehan, pianomaker 

2 Mrs Thos Sullivan 

3 Geo Palmer, shipbuilder 

4 James Snell, laborer 

5 Francis Champon, laborer 

6 Edward Jarvis, laborer 

7 Francis Knott, laborer 

8 Wm Thompson, carpenter 

9 Mrs Daniel Magnett 
10 11 12 13 vacant 

14 Mrs O'Reilly 

15 Wm Corrigan, pilot 

16 Lewis Davis, boilermaker 

17 Vacant 

18 Thos O'Brien, carpenter 

19 Mrs Patrick Burke 

20 John Potts, laborer 

21 Joseph Mandeville, carpe'r 
V22 Mrs Mary Thompson 

Gore st intersects 



Canadian Engine and Loco- 
motive Co 
111 John Corrigan, storeman 



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118 


Tbos Corrigan, laborer 


273 J Cockburn, steam fitter 


121 


Tbos Clancy, laborer 

A Gunn & Co, wholesale 


277 Wm Cockburn, blacksmith 




grocers 


Queen st intersects 




William st intersects 


291 F F Cole, grain merchant 
Vacant 




Grand Trunk Station 


293 Mrs Catharine Donoghue 




Johnston st intersects 


Barrack st intersects 


171 


District Inspector, of Inland 






Revenue 


Tete du Pont barracks 


175 


Jas Brown & Co, wholesale 

grocers 
George Robertson & Son, 


Cataraqui Bridge 


183 






wholesale grocers 


Ontario st (west side) 


189 


Fenwick, Hendry & Co, wh 






grocers 


8 Vacant 


191 


J A Hendry, commission 


10 Wm Forrest, carpenter 


195 


E J Madden, cheesebuyer 


22 Vacant 


195 


Catholic Foresters' rooms 

Clarence st intersects 
Kingston & Pembroke Rail- 


32 W G Craig, merchant 
The Shedden Co stables 

Union st intersects 




way Station 


54 Z Goudrean, grocer 
58 Vacant 




Brock st intersects 


60 Peter Andre, carpenter 
62 Mrs Allen 




Union Hotel 


64 Mrs Andrew Sharp 




K & P Railway stables 


68 Mrs A McDonald 




Fire station 


70 Mrs John Bird 




J Gaskin, manager M T Co 


70a Mrs Charles McCullough 
72a Vacant 




Princess st intersects 


72 John Bejean, carpenter 
74 Alex Watson, laborer 


257 


Ottawa Hotel 


74 Joseph Bird, carpenter 


259 


F X Lachance, grocer 


76 Geo Johnston, patternmaker 


261 


Jas Tierney & Co, grocers 


76a William Maveil, laborer 


263 


Oldrieve & Home, sailmakers 


78 Mrs Sullivan, grocer 


26^ 


Vacant 


78^ Vacant 


267 


B McCarey, grocer 


80 George Wilson, engineer 


269 Bathbun Co, flour 


82 Francis Laurence, sailor 



JOHN {lEplDER^OM & CO, 

86 PRINCESS ST. 



Music Books, Sheet Music, 
Piano Methods. 



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Gore st intersects 

84 Mrs Thos Lovitt 

90 John Erskine, shoemaker 

90 James Scott, carpenter 

92 Mrs M McGoldrick 

94 John Joyce, laborer 

96 James Bulger, laborer 

98 Capt Fred Beebe 
100 John Primo, grocer 
102 Mrs P Fitzgerald 
106 John McManus, carpenter 
106 Henry Paladeau 
108 Alex Andren, laborer 

Earl st intersects 

Vacant 
128-130 B H Carnovsky, cabinet 

maker 
128-130 Weber Piano Factory 
132 A Haaz, vinegar manufact'r 
136 McConville & Nicholson, 

butchers 

William st intersects 

City lumber yard. 
144 Mrs E Saunders, hotel 
148 Vacant 
152 Vacant 

154 W H Maguire, caretaker 
156 M B Staley, carpenter 
164 Owen McGinnis, hotel 
168 H S Johnson, shoemaker 

Johnston st intersects 

Anglo American Hotel 
174 United States Consulate 
176 Breck & Booth, coal 
178-84 Hotel Frontenac 
186 Bell Telephone Office 
188 Custom examining warehouse 



190 D S Robertson, broker 
192 Smythe & Smith, barristers 
194 Kirkpatrick & Rogers, barris- 
ters 
198 Folger Bros, bankers 

Clarence st intersects 

200 T L Snook, barrister 
202-4 Stanley House 

Market Square intersects 

Bank of British North Ame- 
rica 
City Buildings 

Brock st intersects 

228 The K House 

284 Vacant 

236 Mrs David Lafreniere 

240 Peter Devlin, hotel 

242 Vacant 

248 Wm McRossie, lumber 

250 Wm 8 West, auctioneer 

252 Jas Gowdy, butcher 

Princess st intersects 

Stevenson's Piano Factory 
268 Vacant 

270 John Hall, fireman 
272 Andrew McLean, grocer 
276 Thos Phillips, groom 
278 David Seeley, carpenter 
284 Manley Williams, hotel 

Queen st intersects 

286 Lake View House 
288 Millan Bros, butchers 
290 Harry Jennings, shoemaker 
294 Charles O'Neill, laborer 



standard Life 



Allovrs 30 days grace for payment 
of premiums and keeps policy in 
force mean-while. 



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298-300 Globe Hotel 


Bagot st intersects 


306 John Dickson, shoemaker 




312 Hogan House 


73 Joseph Elmer, barber 





75 J F Martin, sign painter 


Barrack st intersects 


Robt Bennett, printer 


Campbell's Wood Yard 


Montreal st intersects 


Place d*A rmes intersects 


House of Providence 




107 Mrs M Pratt 


Soward's wood yard 


109 Alex Mclntyre, shoemaker 


M T Go's Shipyard 


107 Mrs Hector Eraser 


Mrs Mary A Knapp 


109 Mrs Wilson 


A C Knapp, boat builder 


111 Vacant 




115 Andrew McAvey, laborer 




117 N Van winkle, carpenter 


Orchard st north from Oa- 


119 N McMillan, sailor 


taraqui 


121 AH Knapp, carpenter 




123 Mrs Patrick McGrath 


Frank Lalonde, blacksmith 


125 H McDonald, shoemaker 


Z Glazier, carter 




James Mahoney, carter 


Sydenham st intersects 


Edward Scrutton, laborer 




Kobt Stevenson, tinsmith 


135 Lewis Gourdier, carver 


Asel Anis, carpenter 


139 Edward Ball, clerk 




141 N Parent, accountant 


River st intersects 


143 Vacant 




145 Jas Graham, mechanic 


Frontenac Lead Mining and 


147 Daniel Eves, carter 


Smelting Co 


149 Patrick Aiken, carter 




Burial Ground 


Ordnance st (north side) 


Alma st intersects 


from 287 Wellington 


187 J Sharman, boat builder 


Rideau st intersects 




29 James Jones, barber 


Ordnance st (south side) 


39 D McEwen, machinist 




41 J F McEwen, machinist 


Rideau st intersects 


48 Vacant 




45 Wm Towers, weighman 


42 P Mullen, piano maker 


47 Patrick Burns, baker 


44 Francis Aims, soldier 


49 Henry Bird, barber 


46 P McCormack 



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Scrap Albums, Photograph 
Albums in Plush and Leather- 



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48 Vacant 

Bagot St intersects 

76 Vacant 

Montreal st intersects 

110 C W Crowley, laborer 

112 Mrs M Dobson 

114 R E Aiken, policeman 

116 Alex Duncan, boilermaker 

118 Kobt Barr, lineman 

122 Patrick Flannagan, engineer 

Sydenham si intersects 

134 Patrick Healy, laborer 
142 Miss Elizabeth Wafer 
146 Patrick Lyons, hackman 
150 James Dooley, shoemaker 
162 Mrs Ralph King 

Clergy st intersects 

178 Wm Abernethy, machinist 
184 Isaac Newlands, contractor 
186 James Gardiner 
190 A McBride, engineer 
192 S McBride, carpenter 
194 Vacant 



Park st, G T R Station, 
Montreal st,nowHickson 
ave 

Patrick st, (north side) from 
junction of Balaclava 
and Alma to James 

17 J J Behan, merchant 
Raglan road intersects 



Markland and John sts intersect 

Vacant 
Charles and James sts intersect 

Enoch Burch, carpenter 

Patrick st (south side) 

2 Wm Jarrett, laborer 

14 Charles Miller, sailor 

16 Edward Bowles 

18 Alex Bowles, laborer 

Raglan road intersects 

Joseph Aiken, laborer 
Edward McFadden, hack- 
man 
John Galloway, laborer 

John st intersects 

Luke Whalen, engineer 
B Hurst, foreman 
Chas Clark, blacksmith 

Quebec st intersects 

John Ryder, laborer 

Mrs E A Sears 

Anson Hughes, carpenter 

Pine st intersects 



Pembroke st (east side) 
from King w to Union 

Allen McDonald 

R McDonald, manufacturer 

T Davidson, instructor K P 

Vacant 



standard Life 



Has recently reduced Its rates. 



J. P. OILDERSLEEVE, 

Agent, Kingston. 



Q. H. ALLEN, 

Res. Ins. 



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Michael Koen, guard K P 



Pembroke st (west side) 

5 Chas Bostridge, guard K P 
7 Rich Young, trade instructor 
9 James Rutherford, guard K P 
1 1 James Doyle, guard K P 



Pine st (north side) from 
Patrick to Alfred 

1 Louis Dougall, laborer 

8 Johu Babcock, carpenter 

5 "Wallace Campsall, carpenter 
7 Leeman, mason 

9 R W Gowan, laborer 

St Catharines st intersects 

15 John Mcllroy, laborer 

17 Vacant 

19 J W Smith, mason 

31 John Wood, laborer 

Gowdy st intersects 

38 John Thompson, baker 
35 Louis Hebert, carpenter 
37 Thomas Barrett, shoemaker 
41 Thos Graham, laborer 
71 Vacant 

73 Thos Galloway, tailor 
75 Samuel Wood, laborer 
77 John Maloney, blacksmith 
79 I Beaubiah, policeman 
81 George Brown, laborer 
88 Wm Davis, patternmaker 

Cherry st intersects 

85 Willard Stephens, mariner 



99 Leon Verbeck 
101 W H Godwin, ins agent 
103 Benj Lane, driver 

Division st intersects 

145 Capt Wm Bloomfield 
147 David Gillespie, laborer 
153 Wm Campbell, laborer 
155 Thos Smeaton, currier 
157 Benj Gage, driver 
159 Vacant 

Lansdowne st intersects 

169 Mrs Robert Morrison 

175 Samuel Burton, upholsterer 

189 John Allan, mechanic 



Pine st (south side) 

4 Wilson Godfrey, laborer 
6 Henry Menke, laborer 
8 John Bell, carpenter 
10 Wm Mcllroy, laborer 
12 Patrick Mallen, laborer 
18 Duncan Walker, blacksmith 
20 Vacant 

22 J W Smith, mason 
24 J B Willie, coal shoveller 
26 John King, carpenter 
28 Robt Bushey, carpenter 
74 Thos Dehaney, carter 
84 John McCabe, tailor 

Cherry st intersects 

86 Mrs M McDonald 

92 Henry Saunders, carpenter 
100 H Yeatman, engineer 
102 James Boyd, blacksmith 
104 W D Derry, mason 

Pine St Presbyterian Church 



John Henderson & Co., |^?fi,biin*g°B'?oksfExe?; 

cise and Copy Books. 



86 PRINCESS ST. 



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James Allen, grocer 


48 Richard Brown, laborer 




50 Fred Brown, gasmaker 


Division st intersects 


52 Henry Conley, clerk 




54 Thos Woodhead, caretaker 


140 Vacant 


Thos Worth, caretaker 


142 John H McMaster, laborer 
144 Vacant 


Riding School 


146 Wm Coburn, laborer 


Wellington st intersects 


152 Eobert Hamilton, plasterer 






Plum st (east side) from 


Lansdowne st intersects 


James 




8 John McKee, carpenter 


Place d'Armes (north side) 


10 Vacant 


from Ontario to Welling- 




ton 




James Sowards, ^ood mer- 


Plum st (west side) 


chant 


1 L Turcott, laborer 


A Caldwell & Son, lumber 


11 Vacant 


Jos Mercier, carpenter 




Wm Lawlor, laborer 




P McCormack, coal 


Prime st, from York 


King st intersects 


No houses 


Hay Market 




J McLeod, sash and doors 


Princess st (north side) from 




harbor to limits 


Wellington st intersects 






H Mooers & Co, grain 




Ottawa Hotel 


Place d'Arms (south side) 


Ontario st intersects 


16 Patrick McKegney, carter 




18 Benj Stokes, laborer 


37 Stevenson Piano Co 


22 Capt T LeDuc, mariner 


87 J L Orr, blacksmith 


26 Thos Keates, laborer 


39 B Barney & Co, metals 


28 Vacant 


41 Ed Revell, confectioner 


34 Railroad Hotel 


43 Joseph Fisher, flour 




45 Patrick Julian, dealer 


King st intersects 


47 Vacant 




49 A Fields, barber 


Geo Nuttall, blacksmith 


51 W K Smith, grocer 



standard Life ; 



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■lie 



at very reasonable rates 

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53 Geo Macdonald, harness 
55 L W Murphy, grocer 

King st intersects 

65 Hon M Sulhvan, M D 
67 News office 
69 Jackson & Co, bottlers 
71-3 J Muckleston & Co, hard- 
ware 
75 W M Drennan, furniture 
77 Elliott Bros, plumbers 
79-81 Mrs R White, dyer 

88 D A Waddell, harness maker 
85-7 McMahon Bros, hardware 

89 S Oberndorffer, cigar manfr 
91 A McCormick, liquors 

93 Benj Silver, clothier 
95 John Corbett, hardware 

Wellington st intersects 

101 L M Woods, fancy goods 
103-5 Alex Sutherland, boots 
107 Miss Sarah Weller, fancy 

goods 
109 Stroud Bros, teas 
111 Jos Dillon & Son, boots 
113 W J Mahood, fancy goods 
115-17 Vincent Ockley & Sons, 

grocers 
121 J Hiscock, grocer 
123 Young Men's Christian Assn 
125 S Weaver, fancy goods 
127 Geo Offord, sr, boots 
131 John Tweddell, tailor 
133-137 City Hotel 
141 D F Armstrong, boots 
143 Dalton & Strange, hardware 
145 Noxon & Rockwell, boots 

Bagot st intersects 

155 G S Hobart, druggist 



157 N T Greenwood, fruiterer 

159 M Kirkpatrick, fancy goods 

161 R H Elmer, barber 

165 J W Powell, photographer 

167 H A Liffiton, watchmaker 

171 H Skinner & Co, druggists 

173 John Routley, tobacconist 

175 S P Eraser, tailor 

177 Rees Bros, confectioners 

185 W J Wilson, druggist 

187 Robertson Bros, crockery 

I 189 R M Horsey & Co, hardware 

191 McNaughton & Co, clothiers 

193 A Strachan, hardware 

Montreal st intersects 

201 A Hyman & Co, clothiers 
208-7 Wiidsor Hotel 
209 R D Baker, tobacconist 
211 J Franklin, flour and feed 
213 Singer Manufacturing Co 
215 Joel Laishley, Singer Co 
217 Miss Sands, dressmaker 
217 Vacant 
219 M Dolan, saddler 
223 E J Fokes, barber 
225 J M Sherlock, tailor 
225 J M Sherlock, jr, music 
227 Hop Lee, laundry 
225 R Montgomery, dyer 
227 M Asselstine, wool 
229-31 Wm Dunn, stoves 
233-5 G W Robinson, carriages 
241-7 Odd-Fellows' Block 

Sydenham st intersects 

251 H Brame, undertaker 
261 Wm Pipe, bottler 
263-5 F C Marshall, cabinetmk'r 
267 Thos Cunningham, boots 
269 James Davis, shoemaker 
271 Wm Drury, stoves 



John Henderson & Co., tSSilfv "ir'il, 



86 PRINCESS ST. 



Goods. 



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273 Wm Cannon, tailor 

279 Vacant 

281 Vacant 

285 Wm Pipe, manufacturer 

289 James Boyd, baker 

291 Hugh Morgan, piano agent 

293 D J Garbutt. locksmith 

295 James Robb, butcher 

Clergy st intersects 

St Andrew's Church 
333 Vacant 

335 Richai'd Campion, painter 
341-3 John Ward & Co, grocers 
345 David Gibson, grocer 
347 David Hinton, shoemaker 
349 John Laird, paperhanger 
351 Vacant 
353 Vacant 

355 Andrew Keyes, shoemaker 
357 Vacant 
359 J S Babcock, grocer 

Barrie st intersects 

367 Y M C A New Building 

371 Reanea Benedict 

381 C Jenkins, blacksmith 

383 Mrs Richard Gawley 

385 Miss M Miunes 

387 W J Arniel, watchmaker 

389 A Mimee, rag dealer 

393 Mrs Wm Drewry 

395 Robt Graham, shoemaker 

405 S H Fee, M D 

407 Thos Campbell, carpenter 

413 Wm Corbett, tinsmith 

421 Fred Welsh, marble cutter 

Division st intersects 

435 Wm Pillar 

437 Henry P Wells, livery 



443 John Caswell, carpenter 

445 John Hamer 

449 Duncan Cays, drover 

451 Thos Prittie, ropemaker 

453 Mrs H A Miller 

455 W J Livingston, merchant 

457 H M Henderson, traveler 

459 Richard Gilbert, traveler 

461 D Gibson, grocer 

471-473 R J McDowall, music 

475 Vacant. 

477 T W McCrea, carriage maker 

479 Mrs Henry Burns 

483 Kingston Street Railway 

493 W H Monck, driver 

495 Thos D Minnes, merchant 

497 Mrs Peter Bates 

499 H A Lacroix, cabniet maker 

501 Wm H Gibson, agent 

503 Mrs John Thornton, grocer 

Chiitham st intersects 

521 John Ash, laborer 
523 Richard Elliott, shoemaker 
525 Wm Jarvis, carpenter 
527 Vacant 

Alfred st intersects 

567, 559, 563 and 565 vacant 
567 James Steacy, traveller 
569 Vacant 

571 Mrs Henry Knowles 
573 Wm. D Graves, clerk 

Frontenac st intersects 

601 D J Patterson, carpenter 

Albert st intersects 

621, 623, 627, 629 vacant 
629 George Adsit, carpenter 



standard Lile ff. 



Insures Ladies at same rates as gentlemen, 
ile other companies chargre extra. 



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681 Thos Carter, journalist 
635 Thos Carter, grocer 

Nelson st intersects 

639 Mrs Wm Reid 

641 Edward Masker, manufact'r 

647 Mrs J Peters, grocer 

Victoria st intersects 

653 Walter Wiltshire, baker 

657 Mrs Caroline Bryant 

661 Mrs Geo Ault 

663 John LeHeup 

667 Mrs Robt Middleton 

Vacant 
671 Egerton Burnside, driver 

Vacant 

Smith st intersects 

679 George Reid, laborer 

681 Vacant 

687 John A McDonald, inspector 

783 Donald McKenzie, carpenter 

785 Mrs James Harpell 

709 Vacant 

791 RobtHyland 

793 John Hyland, carpenter 

801 Mrs John Jones 

809 Joseph Moore 

Tower st intersects 

811 Anthony McGuire, butcher 
813 Geo Clark, brick maker 
829 Vacant 

837 Wm Murphy, laborer 
839 Vacant 

841 Thos WoUand, dairyman 
845 Chas Bedore, laborer 
909 Wm Carson 
City Limits 



Princess st (south side) 

J Richardson & Sons, grain 

Ontario st intersects 

Wm McRossie, lumber 
36 James Clapp & Son, livery 
42 James Purdy, implements 
46 Model Steam Laundry 
48 Mrs Mary Waggoner 
52 McBrooom Bros, grocers 

King st intersects 

62 O'Brien & Rowland, clothiers 
66 P Caruovsky, restaurant 
68 Mrs H Fahey, confectioner 
70 R Newlands, tobacconist 
70 Thos McGowan, boarding 
72 A E Elmer, barber 
76 Wm Shanahan, hotel 
78-80 Cousineau, Quinn & Cor- 
rigan, dry goods 
82 Kingston Business College 

Company 
82 Victoria Hall 
84 James Galloway, sen, hatter 
86 J Henderson & Co, book- 
sellers 
88-90-92 J C Hardy & Co, dry 
goods 
92 H Henderson, photographer 
94 Crumley Bros, dry goods 

Wellington st intersects 

100 A C Johnston, watchmaker, 
102 A J McMahon, dry goods 
106-8 Walsh & Steacy, dry goods 
108 MissR McNamee dressmaker 
110 Lambert & Walsh, tailors 
114 Murray & Taylor, dry goods 
116 Haynes & Lockett, boots 



John Henderson & Co., 

86 PRINCESS ST. 



All the latest "Waltzes, lat- 
est Son^s latest Dance 
Music. 



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118-120 Richmond, Orr & Co, 

dry goods 
122 Grand Union Clothing Co 
124 E C Mitchell, druggist 
126 W G Ashley, gents' furnisher 
126 B Doran & Co, milliners 
128-30 Alex Ross, dry goods 
182-34 Spence & Co, dry goods 
136 Rigney & Hickey, grocers 
138 J B Page & Co, hatters 
140 Minnes & Burns, dry goods 

Bagot St intersects 

156 T Mills & Co, hatters 
168 John Elmer, pool rooms 
160 Miss M Richardson, hair 

work 
162 John McKay, leather 
164 M Hickey & Co, milliners 
166 Vacant 

168 W J Dick & Son, boots. 
170 J Laidlaw & Son, dry goods 
174 F Shaw & Co, dry goods 
176 Vacant 

178 James Redden & Co, grocers 
180 R McFaul, dry goods 
182 James Crawford, grocer 
184 American Shoe & Cloth'g Co 
186 City Drug Store 

Montreal st intersects 

200 Shore Loynes & Co, grocers 
202 Vacant 

204 Bowes & Bisonette, dry goods 
206 J R Rattenbury, gents' fur- 
nisher 
208 T McAuley, bookseller 
210 Leighton Guess, saloon 
212 H A Dunlop, fruiterer 
214 A G Flett, tailor 
216 W C Martin, saddlery hard- 
ware 



218 Martin's Opera House 
220 Vacant 

222 J McLaughlin, confectioner 
224 W P Bell & Son, photogr's 
226 C L Bass, watchmaker 
228 W L Richardson, picture 
230 R K Funnell, piano regulator 
230 Dr R V Funnell 
230 R E Sparks, dentist 
282 N C Poison & Co, druggists 
236 Wood Bros, watchmakers 
238 Robt Wood, tobacconist 
240 Christian Haffner, butcher 
242 N E Ruuians, grocer 
246 Parkhill & Co, commission 
248 George Carruthers, grocer 
254-6 Jas Reid, furniture 
258 Mrs Dennis Branigan 
260 Vacant 

262 B A Booth & Co, woollens 
264 Samuel Green, butcher 
266 Mrs Margaret Whitcomb 
266 A R Martin, grocer 
270 T H Johns, grocer 
270J B Harris, barber 
272 A McDonald, baker 
274 J A Greenwood, confectioner 
280 Mrs Ellen Jones fancy goods 
282 Adam Swanston, baker 
284 Mrs H Stratford, grocer 
286 H Sharpe, grocer 
288 W Pritchard, confectioner 
290 Thomas Hayward, livery 
294 Robt Campbell, saloon 
296 M Campbell, grocer 
300 E R Welch & Son, marble 
cutters 

Clergy st intersects 

312 FBoyd, baker 

314 Jos Frasso, restaurant 

316 Joyce & Doyle, butchers 



rtt 1 1 T •• Allcw^s 13 months for revival of lapsed 

Standard Lile ^"""'^^ 



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320 John Carson, merchant 
322 Carson Bros, grocers 
324 R Carson, wh grocer 
326 J H Taylor, dealer 
330 John Saunders, butcher 
332 Samuel Harkness, hotel 
346 P Haflfner, barber 
348-50 Russell House 
352 T H Bibby, grocer 
354 H Stratford, taxidermist 
858 A Lougher, baker 

Barrie st intersects 

366 Vacant 

370 James Schofield, baker 
372 Kingston stone yard 
378 Thos Stanley, laborer 
r378 Mrs Henry Patterson 
380 Samuel Mason, laborer 
360 Mrs James Laturney 
382 Hugh Alderdice, painter 
384 Fred Eward, blacksmith 
886 James F Gray, moulder 
388 Edgar Storey, carpenter 
390-92 J Laturney, carriages 
394 Geo Brown 
396 V Bartells 
400 Mrs John McPherson 
412 Mrs John Wiley 

Division st intersects 

424 Rev A Spencer 

g ^426 Vacant 

;S 428 Vacant 

g ) 430 Vacant 
482 Vacant 

484 John Mills, teacher 
^436 John Dunbar, merchant 

450 Col John Duff 

University ave intersects 



Vacant 
500 Geo Mooers 
502 Chas Livingston, merchant 
606 Geo Newlands, architect 
518 Vacant 
522 Vacant 

624 Mrs Margaret Allen 
526 James Hinds, manufacturer 

Alfred st intersects 

Mrs John Hentig 
560-62 Vacant 

Frontenac and Albert sts intersect 

622 Andrew Mcllquham, livery 
624 Michael Walsh, butcher 
628 D A Black, dentist 
630 M Brown, M D 

Nelson st intersects 

Public School 
668-70 Thos Carnovsky, baker 

Victoria si intersects 

Jos McConnell, hotel 
680 Rev A W Cooke 
716 Wm Spankie 
720 Mrs Mary McConnell 
730 John Saunders, butchers 

Macdonnell st intersects 

768 Wm Doyle, butcher 
772 Mrs Agnes Couper 
776 Daniel Couper, merchant 
826 Jas H Metcalfe, M L A 
834 Vacant 

836 Robert Saunders, laborer 
840 Alfred Blakey, butcher 
842 Vacant 



John Henderson & Co., ^^"^^^ Books and Hymns. 



86 PRINCESS ST. 



Ancient and Modern. 



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844 W J Daley, grocer 
848 Thos McGuire, butcher 
852 James Watt, gardener 

Regent st intersects 

868 Mrs John Lasher 
314 Dominick Fallon 

Bath road intersects 



Quebec st (north side) from 
Patrick to Division 

15 W C T Jenkins, carriage- 
builder 

Cherry st intersects 

Alex Crumley, baker 



Quebec st (south side) 

2 J W Albison, spinner 

4 Adam Lees, spinner 

6 Alfred Cass, mason 

8 Albert Spencley, blacksmith 
14 John Tarrant, carpenter 
16 Thos Connor, pianomaker 
18 Herbert Lawler, clerk 
20 Patrick Lawler, carpenter 
84 Henry Young, mason 
38 James Johnston, carpenter 

Cherry st intersects 

52 Mrs Catharine Bevan 
54 Thos Boyd, butcher 
56 Vacant 
58 John McKim, laborer 

Primce & Chestnut sts intersects 



78 Wm Millard, joiner 

80 Wm Mitchell, baker 

82 John Hardman, confectioner 

84 Samuel Eobinson, baker 

86 Edwin Eickley, baker 

88 John Morrison, moulder 



Queen st (north side) from 
the Harbor to Division 

Montreal Transportation Co 

Ontario st intersects 

Lake View House 
] 1 Alex Sly, horse dealer 
19 Gas Works and coal yard 
29 Vacant 

King st intersects 

Victoria Foundry 
57 J V Burton, moulder 
63 James Culleu, boilermaker 
65 John Vanhooser, moulder 
67 Arch Halton, laborer 
69 Mrs Francis Gallagher 

Wellington st intersects 

73 Geo Wannington, plumber 
75 J Henderson, 
79 Vacant 

81 Michael Corkey, boarding 
85 Mrs Geo Elliott 
87 Alex Begg, carter 
89 John Morrison, caretaker 
91 Miss Ellen Patterson 
93 T J Donohue, traveler 
95 H Wade, druggist 
97 Capt S Fraser, mariner 
99 Vacant 
101 Vacant 



^MM Life 



Allows premiums to be paid half yearly 
orquarterly, if desired, without interest 
Very tevr companies grrantthis privilegre 



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103 Mrs Ann Manion 
105 Mrs Daniel Hagerty 
107 Mrs John McLellan 

Salvation Army Barracks 

Baget st intersects 

Greenwood and McGuire, 
marble 
125 Daniel Doolan, laborer 
131 J G Porter, painter 
133 Eicbard Seaton, laborer 

St Paul's Church 

Montreal $t intersects 

Mrs John Power 
159 Vacant 

161 Thos Power, architect 
163 Vacant 
165 G M Wilkinson 
167 John Cornelius, sailor 
177 Mrs Percy Clark 
179 Miss Anna McFadden 
185 Rev Donald Boss 

Sydenham st intersects 

201 Miss M E Sellars 

211 Wm Ford 

213 Rev W B Carey 

219 W J Mahood, merchant 

223 Queen st Methodist Church 

Clergy st intersects 

235 A Davidson, contractor 

237 Mrs Catharine Jones 

241 Capt J T Taylor 

245 Wm Dean, carpenter 

247 G W Robinson, carriage 

manufacturer 

249 Mrs Jane Kirk 

251 John Saunders, mariner 

253 James Marshall, carter 



259 James Brown, painter 
263 Adam Jacob, shoemaker 
267 Vacant 

269 R McFaul, merchant 
271 Robt McFaul, sen 

Barrie st intersects 

271 Wm Fee, horse dealer 

273 E Granger, cabinetmaker 

275 Vacant 

281 Mrs Wm Shannon 

283 C N Greaza, clerk 

285 Catholic Apostolic Church 

285 Wm J O'Shea, clerk 

287 Arthur Chown, merchant 

299 Bailey & Co, broom manfs 

309 G N Leader, painter 

311 Mrs James Gardiner 

Chapman st intersects 

319 Public School 

329 Wm McCammon, clerk 

331 John Maynard, carpenter 

333 Wm Pipe, bottler 

335 Mrs Jane Turpin 

337 E F Chapman, grocer 

Division st intersects 



Queen st (south side) 

R Crawford & Co, coal 
The Rathbun Co 

Ontario st intersects 

Coal Yards 

St Lawrence Hotel 

King st intersects 

McDermott's carriage works 



John Henderson & Co., ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^y^^^ ^^^ i^o 



86 PRINCESS ST. 



to $5 each. 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



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69 



-maobine shop 



D Kane, carriagemaker 

Wellington st intersects 

72 Wm Hastings, laborer 
82 P J Kelly, barnessmaker 
84 Wm Clark, laborer 
86 Jas Ballantyne, watcbmaker 
88 S Oberndorffer, cigar manfr 
92 Mrs Mattbew Burns 
94 James N orris, traveler 
102 John Tweddell, merchant 
102^ Mrs Wm Baxter, teacher 
104 Nelson Switzer, carpenter 
108 Thos D Robinson, painter 
110 Mrs Mary Elliott 
114 James Barry, tailor 

Bagot st intersects 

124 Peter Lenea 

128 Philip Dine, boilermaker 

180 Wm Leadbeater, laborer 

182 Mrs Thos Graham 

136 Solomon Weaver, merchant 

140 Vacant 

144 Wm Duval 

146 Miss Eliza Jarvis 

148 Mrs Hugh Lansing 

Montreal st intersects 

Albion Hotel 
164 R M Horsey, merchant 
170 R A Spence, carpenter 
182 John Kidd, mechanic 
184 Vacant 
186 Thos Driver, customs 

Sydenham st intersects 

196 Allan J Bees, traveller 
198 William Wilson 



200 Vacant 

202 T C Wilson, livery 

210 Thos McGuire, fish dealer 

212 Wm Eraser, mechanic 

216 Mrs B Bailey 

220 J S Walker, clerk 

224 Wm Chrisley, cab driver 

226 Parker Waite. sleighmaker 

Clergy st intersects 

260 Miss Francis Harrington 
254 J M Sherlock, merchant 
258 Edward Dunphy, painter 
260 Mrs Wm Clenahan 
262 Mrs John Painter 
264 Henry Bonny, moulder 
266 John McKee, laborer 
268 W J Painter, machinist* 

Barrie st intersects 

282 James Marshall, clerk 

286 Geo Barron, engineer 

288 Fletcher Switzer, boarding 

290 Owen Jones, printer 

292-94 Vacant 

296 J Lyons, bookkeeper 

300 Mrs W C Sands 

302 J'S Sands, merchant 

304 John Ilett, clerk 

306 Henry Wooderow, engineer 

808 Edward Marshall, finisher 

310 Vacant 

312 Mrs John Lytle 

316 Wm Lake, carpenter 

318 James Luddard, carter 

320 Joseph Rooks, carriagemaker 

328 Mrs Owen McQuaid 

838 Vacant 

Division st intersects 



^tandafd Life 



Young men I Our 16 year Endowment 
Policy guarantees pa3rment of face of 
same in cash in 16 years and all profits. 



70 RAG CITY OF KINGSTON. RED 


Raglan rd, formerly George 


111 Mrs Patrick Lennon 


andPicardsts(nortli side) 




from Rideau to Division 


Division st intersects 


Kobert Nugent, laborer 




Cbas Browne, laborer 


Raglan Road (south side) 


Thos Wilson, laborer 




Patrick Flannigan laborer 


Edward Rourke, musician 


Mrs Ellen Maloney 




John Waters, baker 


Bagat st intersects 


Baqot St intersects 


James Belanger, painter 


*/ 


Thomas Regan, bookkeeper 


Samuel Sawberry, sorter 




John Reilly, laborer 


Montreal st intersects 


J B Cooke, grocer 


100 John Tetlock, carpenter 


Montreal st intersects 






Sydenham st intersects 


41 Qharles Smeaton, currier 


102 Vacant 


Sydenham st intersects 


112 Wm Newell, sailor 


45 Michael Gallivan, carter 


Redan st intersects 


47 Richard Tucker, laborer 
49 Maurice McCarty, laborer 
51 Charles Bailey, laborer 


114 John Smiley, watchman 
124 Wm Turkington, laborer 


108 C H Powell, carpenter 


Patrick st intersects 


105 Mrs James Powell 




111 Thos Newton, cabman 


150 Vacant 


123 John Stuart, watchman 


152 Vacant 




154 Mrs Catharine Morris 


Patrick st intersects 






Darrie st intersects 


149 Charles Flint, laborer 






166 Joseph Gascoyre, engineer 


Barrie st intersects 






York, Main d Vine st intersects 


155 Wm Massie, carpenter 




155 Robt Dickinson, carpenter 




167 Wm Scott, sailor 


Redan st (east side) from 




Balaclava to Raglan rd 


York st intersects 






9 Samuel Gray , clerk 


Main st intersects 


18 Wm Nicholson, blacksmith 



John Henderson & Co, Methodist Hymns from aoc, 
86 PRINCESS ST. ^^^ styles of binding. 



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15 John Cavanagh, pattern- 
maker 



Redan st (west side) 

6 Mrs Robert Spencer 
10 Alfred Dougal, carpenter 
12 Alfred Maxam, painter 
14 Stephen Tyo, mariner 
16 John Anderson, machinist 



Regent st runs south from 
Princess 

Mrs John Lindsay 
Thos England, gardener 
Geo Blake, mason 
Frank Berry, gardener 



Rideau st (east side) from 
Barrack to Montreal 

1 Mrs Geo Jenman 
11 Mrs James Ennis 
15 Mrs Anthony LaRue, 
17 Frank Malefant, diver 
21 Andrew Rankin, carter 
23 Patrick O'Connor, miller 
25 Fred Weaver, tailor 
27 Jas Campbell, wood dealer 
29 James Asselstine, laborer 
31 B Allen, carpenter 
35 Thos Murphy, mariner 

Ordnance st intersects 

41 Thos Barlowe, contractor 

45 Mrs George Lennox 

47 Philip Bajus, brewer 

57 Capt Wm Bajus, mariner 

69 Capt Daniel Noonan 



63 Jacob Bajus 
65 John Macdonald 

Bay st intersects 

83 Robt Henderson, laborer 
85 Walter Gunn, laborer 
91 Miss Mary Ann Shanahan 
99 Robt Kidd, laborer 
101 M Darwin, laborer 

North gt intersects 

Wm Wilson, sr, manager 
cotton mill 

Cataraqui st intersects 

Imperial Oil Co 

River st intersects 

J J Carrington, tanner 
119 John Potter, sectionman 
221 Vacant 

223 Joseph Cauley, laborer 
225 Samuel Kearns, mechanic 
229 Wm Lambert, sectionman 

Vacant 

John Hamilton, laborer 

Vacant 



Rideau st (west side) 

Barrack st intersects 

John Hunter, grocer 

2 Vacant 

4 B Simpson, carpenter 

6 Vacant 

8 Mrs John Marceau, 
10 Chas Goyett, engineer 
12 Vacant 
14 Wm Little, carpenter 



^MM Life T. 



Has assets of $37,000,000. 



GILDERSLECVE. 
Ag9nt, Kingrston. 



O. H. ALLEN, 

R««. Irt«. 



72 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



RID 



16 Kobt Marshall, engineer 
18 M Madden, engineer 
20 Jos Murray, mariner 
24 Wm Carey, music dealer 
33 J M Dunlop, contractor 

Ordnance st. intersects 

50 James Jones, hairdresser 
52 Sergt-major Leaden 
54 James Daley, agent 
56 Geo Maxwell, clerk 
58 Wm Cannem, carpenter 

Cataraqui Public School 

New house 

Bay St intersects 

82 Capt Daniel Murphy 

94 Jeremiah Doolan, laborer 

96 A M Dunlop, manner 

102 Patrick Doyle, boarding 

116 FredFolger, supt. 

North St intersects 

Oil Cloth Factory 
142 Patrick O'Neill, laborer 
144 James Collins, engineer 
148 Patrick Keating, laborer 
150 John Nelson, jr. carter 
152 John Nelson, sr 
154 W R Moore, sculptor 
166 Capt Peter McGlade 
158 James Bateson, policeman 
160-62 Andrew McNally, moulder 

Raglan road intersects 

166 Mrs Mary Crozier 

168 —Ostler 

170 James Mallen, merchant 

172 Vacant 

176 Thos Harrison, contractor 



Corrigan st intersects 

180 Robt Davis, prop dry dock 

182 John Egan, moulder 

186 Geo Baker, carpenter 

188 Thos Funnell, conductor 

190 John Quirey, engineer 

192 Baptiste Bourdeau, laborer 

194 C VanLuven, miller 

196 Geo Gruber, cigar maker 

198 John Steele, carpenter 

200 Stephen Young, tanner 

Dufferin st intersects 

200 Maitland Emmett, engineer 

202 Wm Quinn, currier 

204 Martin Holland 

212 James Randall, laborer 

212 Robt Sloan, engineer 

Charles st intersects 

258 M Sturges 

George Wilson, accountant 

Cataragui st intersects 

George Maxon, laborer 
Mrs Jas McCallum 
Mrs Wm Brewster 
Thos Jackson, currier 
Wm McNeill, merchant 
Richard Halligan, laborer 
T W Clark, mechanic 
Geo Holland, engineer 
James Linton, laborer 
2 vacant houses 
Vacant 

W H Cunningham, currier 
C H Hubbard, carpenter 
Geo Dow, laborer 
J W Pound, engineer 



John Henderson & Co., 

86 PRINCESS ST. 



Presbyterian Hymns, Pres- 
byterian Psalms. 



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73 



River st (north side) west 
from Orchard to Rideau 

John Spence, currier 
David Leslie, engineer 
•J J Carrington, tanner 



River st (south side) 

Rideau st intersects 
Isaac Jamiesou, machinist 

Russell st, formerly North 

John (north side) from 

Montreal to Division 

Leo Yor, quarryman 
Vacant 

John McQuaid, carpenter 
John Gray, sailor 
Chas Dinsmore, laborer 
Bernard Keegan, laborer 
James Delaney 
Vacant 

Division st intersects 



Russell st (south side) 

John McKenty laborer 
Edward Upfold, laborer 
Thos McCormack, watchman 
John Scanlon, printer 
Patrick Delaney, dairyman 
John O'Brien, carter 
Patrick Killeen, carter 
Wm Gallagher, carpenter 
E Faulkner, stonecutter 



St Catharine st (east side) 
from Pine 



3 James Munro, miner 

7 Herbert Asseltsine, carpenter 

9 Vacant 
11 Thos Cowdy, carpenter 
18 Vacant 
15 Marcus Walker, laborer 



St Catharine st (west side) 

6 Alex Ross, laborer 

8 T R Pyman, warehouseman 
10 Vacant 
12 Mrs .John Adams 
14-16 Vacant 



St Lawrence ave n King w 
to Stuart 

Capt James Allen, mariner 



Simcoe st (north side) from 
the water to King e 

7 Lewis Francis, ladders 

7 Geo Thompson, boat builder 



Simcoe st (south side) 

T N Sharman, boatbuilder 
22 Capt E A Booth, jr. mariner 
34 Mrs Marian Cameron 



Sixth st, w from Division 

3 Thos Hall, moulder 
9 Albert Loney, laborer 



Chatham d Alfred sts intersect 



lO 



standard Lile ^: 



Has existing assurances of $105,000,000 



OILDERSLEEVE, 

Aeent, Kingston. 



Q. H. ALLEN, 

Res Ins. 



74 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



STU 



Smith st from Princess n 
No houses 

Stanley st from Division to 

Alfred, formerly Upper 

Victoria 

Thos King, carpenter 

Lansdowne st intersects 

John Strachan 

Wm Miller, moulder 

Wm King, carpenter 

Vacant 

John Kirkpatrick, carpenter 



Stephen st (north side) 
irom Montreal west 

A A Gissing, dealer 
James Scruton, currier 
Wm Dodd, blacksmith 
Geo E Hargreaves, moulder 
Joseph Bues, quarryman 
Mrs Mary Clark 
Mrs Wm Taylor 



Stephen st (south side) 

Samuel Smith, spinner 
Thos White, sailor 
Fred Munroe, laborer 
Vacant 

Samuel Eunning, laborer 
John Robinson, tailor 
Samuel Costello, laborer 
John Handlan, laborer 
Francis Sly, carpenter 
John Burtch, quarryman 



Stuart st (north side) from 
Barrie to Oollingwood 

Queen's University 

University ave intersects 

John Henderson, carpenter 

Wm Gemmel 
103 J Harrower, patternmaker 

John Kennedy, machinist 
107 John Tuttle, policeman 

Vacant 

Henry Wilmot, contractor 

C De Carteret, traveler 
115 S SPhippen 
119 Wm Coffey, guard K P 

St Lawrence ave intersects 



Stuart st (south side) 

10 Robt Carroll, mechanic 
18 Blackwell 

20 Thos Mooney, raftsman 
26 Samuel Taylor, machinist 

George st intersects 

Kingston Hospital 
100 James Richardson, merchant 
108 H Richardson, merchant 

University ave intersects 

W A Webster 
Mrs M A Allen 
Mrs Chas Hyssop 
W J Carleton, moulder 
John Waters, laborer 

St Lawrence ave intersects 

122 W K Kerby, carter 



JOHN HENDERSON & CO, 

86 PRINCESS ST. 



Holy Bibles, Pocket and 
Family. Qreat variety. 



SYD 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



SYD 



75 



Sydenham st (west, north 
side) from West to John- 
ston 

9 B Britton, Q C 

18 Mrs Laura Folger 

16 Fred A Folger 

17 Joseph Franklin, merchant 

19 J M Machar, barrister 
21 Mrs Anna Bain 

Earl st intersects 

89 J B Carruthers, banker 

William st intersects 

67 John McKay, merchant 

63 Isidore Lanthier, stonecutter 

65 Vacant 

67 J Cooke, salesman 

69 Miss Harriet Rice 



Sydenham st west (south 
side) 

16 Rev James Brock 

28 John Mclntyre, Q C 

30 T R Casey, traveler 

32 Mrs Mary Smith 

34 W G Kidd, school inspector 

86 Mrs Mary A Davis 

Earl st intersects 

Mrs George Robertson 

William st intersects 

First Methodist Church 

Wm Grundy, sexton 
72 J N Power, architect 
74 Miss Jane Baxter 
76 John C Innes, C E 



78 Mrs Colin McNab 



Sydenham st (east side) 

from Princess to Raglan 

Road 

147 Mrs Dr James Meagher 
149 John Rockwell, merchant 
151 D Cunningham, M D 
153 Richard Burk, engineer 
159 John Hopkirk 

Queen st intersects 

161 Miss Catharine Rose 
163 D Callahan, accountant 
171 R McFarlane, shoemaker 
173 Mrs Adam Thompson 
175 Vacant 

177 Alex Barton, engineer 
179 Joseph Branch, engineer 

Central School 
211 Mrs WmAubin 

Ordnance st intersects 

228 Vacant 

225 Thos Harrington, laborer 

237 J McCutcheon, linesman 

Bay st intersects 

243 James Anderson 

North st intersects 

263 Arthur O'Neil, laborer 
269 Geo Gray, clerk, 
271 Wm Gray, laborer 
273 John Nolan, laborer 
275 Mrs Chas Casterton 
279 A Thompson, carpenter 
281 W E Shook, mechanic 
283 Vacant 



standard Life 



Are unchangeable after 2 yeara. 



J. p. OILDER8LEEVE, 

Agont, Kingston. 



Q. H. ALLEN, 

Res. Ins. 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



UNI 



285 L Martinelli, packer 
287 Vacant 



Sydenham st (west side) 

H Brame, undertaker 
150 Vacant 

152 J A Charles, bookkeeper 
160 James Gowdy butcher 

Queen st intersects 

D E Mundell, M D 

Colborne st intersects 

188 Mrs Catharine Matthews 

200 F Thomson, mariner 

202 Vacant 

204 Alex O'Brien, tailor 

206 Walter Pipe, barber 

208 C S Davidson, fireman 

210 M Miller 

212 Miss Charlotte Sinkler 

Ordnance st intersects 

214 Mrs John Eeid. grocer 
216 D O'Connor, laborer 
218 Charles McAvey, gasmaker 
222 James Faden, mechanic 
224 Miss B O'Mellay, furrier 
226 Edward Claxton, carpenter 
228 John Goodman, laborer 
228 John Geach, boilermaker 
280 J H Brown, laborer 
282 Vacant 

284 Mrs Charles Lafrance 
242 Wm Meek, supt Whig 
244 Eobt Patterson 

Balaclava and Bay sts intersect 
252 Thos Kane, operator 



North st intersects 

256 Vacant 

258 Vacant 

260 Chas Green, laborer 

262 James O'Neill, carpenter 

264-266-270 Vacant 

272 Robt Wilson, laborer 

276 Thos Quigley, laborer 

278 Mrs McLaughlin 

280 Mrs John Rooney 

282 Patrick Rooney 

282 8amuel Mulligan 



Tower st from Princess to 
Water tower 

No houses 



Union st west (north side) 
from Barrie to limits 

15 Miss Fanny Dupuy 
17 Mrs J Richmond 
19 John McGall, clerk 
21 Thos Barlow, machinist 

28 James A Skinner, finisher 

26 Thos Scott, baker 

27 Thos Percy, blacksmith 

29 F W Holder, blacksmith 
31 P W Derry, moulder 

Wade's Lane intersects 



35 Pual Reid, carpenter 
51 Vacant 

Division st intersects 

63 Edward Crumley, merchant 
65 Jonathan Taylor, machinist 



JOHN HENDERSON 



86 PRINCESS ST., 



pA Books in Sets— Dickens, Thaok- 

IjV/ij eray, Eliot, Marryat, Dumas, 

Parkman, Collins, Cooper, etc. 



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77 



67 L O'Brien, engineer 
75 Women's Medical College 
Orphans' Home 

University ave intersects 

121 Prof James Fowler 
123 Prof A B Nicholson 

126 S Hamilton, blacksmith 

127 James Madill, student 

129 Robert Creighton, accountant 
181 John Reyner, merchant 
183 John Constantine, architect 
135 Christopher Graham, builder 
187 Alex McMillan 
139 Easton Byrnes, bookkeeper 

Alfred and Frontenac sts intersect 

163 Capt F Patterson, mariner 

Albert st intersects 

169 Mrs Fannie Anglin 

Collingwood st intersects 

I A Breck 

Macdonnell st intersects 

J D McKenzie, M D 

College st intersects 

W A Haskell, jr 

A Iwington ave intersects 

Union st west (south side) 
St James' Church 
Arch st intersects 



30 Vacant 

32 Edward Mullen, agent 
84 Vacant 

36 Henry Gould, machinist 
88 Michael Toban, laborer 
46 John Westcott, laborer 
48 Miss Jane Clancy 
48jVacant 

50 Hugh Crumley, carpenter 
52 Wm Nobes, carpenter 
56 Wm Dunlop, tailor 
58 Vacant 

64 Henry Spriggs, caretaker 
Drill Shed 

University ave intersects 

122 James Gibson 

126 Major E B Wilson 

128 Geo W Brown, inland rev 

128^ H Pedler, carpenter 

130 Hugh Derry, mason 

140 Wm Keeley, engraver 

140 Geo Dean, broker 

142 John Graham 

144 R D Anglin, customs 

Alfred st intersects 

Harvey Hopkins, engineer 

Beverley, Collingwood and Centre 
sts intersect 

John Bannister, guard K P 

Livingston ave and Abvington ave 
intersects 



Union st east (north side] 
from the water to Bagot 

Ontario st intersects 



standard Life 



Issues f*olicies which are uacon- 
ditional as to occupation, residence 
or travel. 



7^ 



UNI 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



UNI 



83 Wm Muckler, agent 
89 Mrs Geo Titus 
City planing mills 

King st intersects 

65 Miss L Saunders 

67 Joseph Gratton, weigher 

69 James Minnes, merchant 

75 Charles Illsey. pensioner 

85 Mrs Thos Kane 

89 Mrs Ann Begg 

Wellington st intersects 

101 Thos Halligan, mariner 
105 John Armstrong, moulder 
107 Thomas Jamison, steamfitter 
109 Samuel Gaw 
111 James Eedden, grocer 
Mrs James Macnee 



Union st East (south side) 

Dry Dock 
Kingston Foundry 

Ontario st intenects 

80 Dry Dock office 

32 W E Hughes, mason 

34 George Gordon, teamster 

36 G Henderson, moulder 

38 Isaac Jaquith, carpenter 

40 Vacant 

42 Mrs Edward Boyle 

King st intersects 

68 S Strange, M D 
74 J McManus, storekeeper Asy- 
lum 
82 T McK Robertson, merchant 



84 J Kinghorn, sec K C M Co 
86 J S Patch, agent Can Ex Cp 

Wellington st intersects 



University ave, formerly 

Gordon st, (east side) from 

King west to Princess 

15 Henry Young, laborer 
17 A McConville, guard K P 
19 Thos Orrell, painter 
21 Thos Hannay, stonecutter 
23 John Dolphin, machinist 
25 Robt Robinson, carpenter 
27 Wm Maddocks, blacksmith 
29 John Twigg, laborer 

Stuart, Union and Young sts 
intersect 

169 George Young, agent 
191 Robt Gaw, contractor 
198 Miss M Sutherland 
197 Capt Thos Donnelly 

Earl st intersects 

201 Martin James, carpenter 
205 Wm Patterson, tinsmith 
207 John Steacey, laborer 
211 Edwin Abrahams 
213 James Lawless, carter 
215 P J Lawless, carter 
217 Daniel Allen, timekeeper 
219 John Moore, laborer 
223 Mrs Felix Donnelly 
227 Wm Coward, baker 
229 Patrick Hammond, laborer 
231 Mrs John McCartney 
241 Edward Nugent, machinist 
249 Wm Elliott 
251 J A Goodearle, bookkeeper 



JOHN HENDERSON & CO.. ?°°.'^" /°l .^''^°.°^ ^"^«^' 

86 PRINCESS ST. 



Books for Libraries. 



UNI 



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79 



Johnston st intersects 



259 
261 
263 
265 



Fred Ostler, jr, grocer 

E J Todd 

D F Armstrong, merchant 

Mrs M Wilmot 
267 J G Elliott, journalist 
269 B S Eockwell, mechanic 

Brock st intersects 

295 Wm Glidden, license ins 
297 M Nevell, clerk 
299 Vacant 

801 D Hutcheson, manager 
303 J F Sherman, clerk 
305 J P Oram, ins agent 
307 John A Gardiner, bailiff 
309 John Hendry, clerk 

Garret st intersects 

317 N C Poison, druggist 
319 John L Renton, deputy post- 
master 
321 C H Martin, insurance 



University ave (west side) 

Stuart st intersects 

G M Macdonnell, Q C 
Public School 

Alice st intersects 

118 Geo Richardson, merchant 

120 Thos Mills, merchant 

122 Thos Mills, insurance agent 

124 Geo Mills, merchant 

126 A F Chown, merchant 

134 R E Sparks, dentist 

138 Patrick Browne, merchant 



144 ProfDupuis 
146 Prof Shortt 

Union st intersects 

152 John Lovick, blacksmith 

154 Vacant 

168 Mrs Robt Kennedy 

176 Robt Bell 

178 James Downing 

184 Wm Harold, patternmaker 

186 Oliver Chown, merchant 

190 A Shaw, surveyor customs 

192 Wm Mudie 

194 J T White, insurance agent 

Earl st intersects 

200 Wm Bowen, teamster 

204 Wm McCartney, contractor 

206 Mrs Alex Sharpe 

208 John Johnston, clerk 

208 Chas Asseltine, clerk 

208 Chas Asselstine, laborer 

210 James Bryson 

212 Mrs James McNamee 

216 Eev James Godfrey 

218 James Devlin, engineer 

220 Robt Carson, sergeant police 

222 Rev Alex Drennan 

224 James Reid, hatter 

226 Geo C Watson, tailor 

228 Mrs Alex Elsmere 

232 Mrs Francis Murray 

234 Vacant 

236 Samuel Shaw, carpenter 

238 Justus Daley 

240 George Waldron 

242 Mrs W C Swales 

244 Thos Gaskin, customs 

246 James Purdy, agent 

248 Alex McCartney, contractor 

250 Wesley Mooers 



standard Life 



Allows 30 day-B grace for payment 
of premiums and keeps policy in 
force mean-v^hile. 



80 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



VIC 



252 Mrd Wm Tyner 

254 Eobt Davidson, contractor 

256 Capt Wm McKee 

Johnston st intersects 

260 Wm Spence, grocer 
264 J A Pettis, blacksmith 
268 H Goodearle, carpet weaver 
270 S W Day, agent 
272 Alex Arthurs, baker 
274 Fred Ostler, ius agent 
282 Geo McEweu, shoemaker 
284 Henry Henzy, carpenter 

Btock st intersects 

294 Vacant 

296 Geo Armstrong, traveler 

298 Mrs C B Daley 

800 Eev George Porteous 

302 Thos Milne, engineer 

804 E C Hill, real estate 

308 Charles McNeill 

308 Wm Neish, clerk 

810 R F F Rowan 

312 Hugh Jack, missionary 

814 Vacant 

818 Wm Adams, shoemaker 

820 A F Roney, merchant 

826 S Bailey, manufacturer 

328 Mrs G B Corby 

330 T H Johns, grocer 

882 Alex Gallinger, contractor 

884 C E Booth, C E 

846 Thos Nicholson, carpenter 

848 James C Saunders, butcher 



Victoria st (east sidet north 
from Johnston to hmits 

Edward Law, ropemaker 
Isaac Knight, laborer 



Cornelius Williams 
Hiram Stover, laborer 
Mrs Wandall 
Mrs Harriett Day 
H J Stratton, baker 

Princess st intersects 

Francis Gates, mason 

Robert Saunders, laborer 

Vacant 

Mrs Mary Conley 

Alfred Langdon, mason 

John McGill, stovefitter 

251 Miss E Talbot, 

Daniel Langdon, contractor 
Wm H Townsend, bricklayer 

821 Wm Reynolds, moulder 

Sam'l Reynolds, broommaker 



Victoria st (west side) 

John Scrivens, carpenter 
J J Lawson, fireman 
Wm Gavine, rope-maker 
David Harris, rope-maker 
Isaac Smith, carpenter 
Calvin Lewis, teamster 
Mrs Edward Rendle 
Chas Selby, blacksmith 
134 Henry Ward, painter 
James Hartery 
8 New houses 
John Friendship, gardener 
J J Harpelle, farmer 

Durham st intersects 

John Gibbs, laborer 
James Cavanagh 
E Gray, laborer 
Thos Cooper, laborer 



JOHN HENDERSON & GO, 

86 PRINCESS ST. 



Baby Carriages. Whitney's 
the best in the world. 



WAD 



STREET DIRECTORY. 



WEL 



8i 



Princess st intersects 

James Wilson, farmer 
Wm Watts, gardener 
James Ramsay beekeeper 
Mrs George Watkins 
John Lauder, mason 
James Brickwood, traveler 
Mrs John Burgess, 
John Reynolds, moulder 
City limits 



Victoria st (Upper) now 
Stanley st 

Vine st (north side) from 
EUice to Raglan rd 

11 W J Murray, grain shoveller 



Vine st (south side) 

4 Mrs Elizabeth Crawford 

6 W J Cockade, grain shoveller 

8 Vacant 

10 George Pogue, mason 

18 W J Savage, painter 

30 Mrs Jane Jones 

3i Jas Savage, stove mounter 



Wade's Lane (east side) 
n from Union to Young 

1] Geo Hess, laborer 

17 Jos McConnell, coachman 

19 Albert Piper, checker 

23 Wm Rvan, mariner 



Wade's lane (west side) 



14 P Ward, blacksmith 
20 Michael Goodman, mason 
22 Daniel Anderson, machinist 
24 Napoleon LaRose, engineer 



Wellington st (east side) 
from the Park to the 
River 

7 G S Oldrieve, merchant 
9 Wm Skinner, merchant 

Union st intersects 

23 G Birch, cabinet maker 

25 G G Meagher, clerk, P 

27 Ballantyne 

37 Michael Tetro, engmeer 

39 Jeremiah Sullivan, moulder 

Gore st intersects 

45 Dennis DriscoU 
Public School 
Mrs Wm Brophy 

Earl st intersects 

79 J M Shaw, druggist 
81 Geo McKenzie, purser 
85 Vacant 
87 Mrs Jane D'Arcy 
89 Walter Jones, laborer 
89 Miss Catharine Ryan 
Dr Henderson 

William st intersects 

97 Mrs Robert Smith 
103 Mrs David Turner 
105 Samuel McMillan, traveler 
107 Mrs M A Robb 
111 Andrew Waldie, insurance 

11 



standard Life 



Has recently reduced its rates. 



J. P. QILDERSLEEVE, 

Ag^ent, Kingston. 



G. H. ALLEN, 

Res. Ins. 



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Johnston st intersects 

St George's Hall 
Clerical Secretary's office 
Post office 

Clarence st intersects 

151 Oddfellows' Belief Asso 
151 W J Fair, insurance 
151 Wm Mundell, barrister 
151 Wm Kelly, photographer 
153 John Smith, printer 
157 J B Johnson, barber 

Brock st intersects 

F Nisbet, bookseller 
167 J A Theobold, barber 
171 J S Sands &. Son, tailors 
173 C Anglin, milliner 
175 James Slavin, tailor 
177 M Henley, fancy goods 
179 J Walsh, tobacconist 
181 P H Walsh, hatter 
183 Nugent & Taylor, tinsmiths 
185 C Eobinson, tailor 
187 Glasgow Warehouse 

Princess st intersects 

Prison Gate Home 
197 Vacant 

201 Miss Emma Greaza, milln'r 
203-06 J H Bell, M D 
207-9 H & W J Crothers, biscuit 

manufacturers 
213 D Kane, wagon maker 

Queen st intersects 

221 Henry Angrove. shoemaker 
228 D Donohue, baker 
225 Mrs Catharine Sullivan 



228 Mrs Mary Gallagher 
231 Miss Alice Kennedy 
233 Thos Shields, grocer 
Jubilee House 

Barrack st intersects 

Eiding School 

Place (TAymet intersects 

283 Mrs Catharine Lynch 

285 Mrs Kichard Donohue 

287 John Bullis, hay dealer 

289 Z Wright, currier 

293 John Gratton, laborer 

295 Capt A Milligan, mariner 

297 C G Oliver, customs broker 

299 Delos Grimshaw, contractor 

Bay st intersects 

Kobt Davis & Sons, dry dock 

Wellington st (west side) 

W MeRossie, lumber 

Union st intersects 

18 Jas Farrington 
20 Col M H Twitchell, U S Con- 
sul 
28 Jos George, manufacturer 
92 John Gowdy 
34 Mrs John Mackereas 
36 F W Spangenberg, merch't 
38 Arnold P Booth 
48 Jas Davis, engineer 

Gore st intersects ■ 

50 Vacant 

52 Michael Carroll, heater 



TATTir ni?lini?DCA1J J?r Pf\ Musical Instruments— Violins, 
JUllN ni!iNDl!lKoUrl a lU., Guitars, Banjos, Mouth organs 



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etc., etc. 



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54 S Augrove, customs 

56 Miss Mary Maguire 

58 Vacant 

60 Henry Youlden, machinist 

62 Vacant 

70 David Downey, driver 

72 Mrs Henry McCuaig 

Earl st intersects 

74 John McMahon, contractor 

78 James Stewart 

80 Vacant 

82 RobtWaddell 

88 Mrs Robt Kent 

88 Mrs Andrew Dunbar 

90 L Hansen, fish dealer 

98 James Morahan 

William st intersects 

100 Patrick Rubery, laborer 

102 Thos Linaugh, grocer 

112 Patrick Lavery 

116 Y I C B A Hall 

118 John Donnelly, wrecker 

120 Francis Cicolari, publisher 

122 Capt J Trowell, mariner 

Johnston st intersects 

Congregational Church 
132 Mrs James Beall, boarding 
136 AE M Loscombe, insurance 
138 C L Curtis, M D 
142 L Clements, dentist 
146 Miss Eliza Robinson 

Clarence st intersects 

M /Ontario Bank 

a Wm Carey, music 

sj J Reyner, pianos 

Power & Sons, architects 

1 W R McRae & Co, wh grocers 
"^ VMcRae Bros, grocers 



Brock st intersects 

R Waldron, dry goods 
170 Geo Mills & Co, hatters 
176 Miss M S McTaggart, milli- 
ner 
178 C Wright & Son, hatters 
180 G M Wilkinson & Son, gro- 
cers 
182-4 P Ohlke, art decorations 
186 Vacant 

188 R W Vandewater, pianos 
190 Baillie Bros, printers 
190 R F F Rowan, laundry 
192 Miss M Woods, fancy goods 
194 J H Clark, dentist 
194 Catholic Literary Society 
A C Johnston, watchmaker 

Princess st intersects 

208 Wm Murphy, bowling alley 
212 Elder Bros, livery 
216 W Harkness, butcher 
218 W J Clark, shoemaker 
220 Mrs Ahce McCummiskey, 
grocer 

Queen st intersects 

224 Wm Woods, laborer 
226 Horatio Staley, laborer 
228 Vacant 

230 Thos A'Hearn, laborer 
232 Joseph Easton. laborer 
234 Thos Derry, boiler maker 
234 James Watts, laborer 
238 John Nobes, carpenter 
240 Mrs Patrick Kearns 

Salvation Army Wood Yard 

Barrack st intersects 
262 Mars Simmons, salesman 



standard Li!e \ 



Makes a specialty of the endowment system 

" lie 



at very reasonable rates 

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264 F Macdonald, clerk P 
266 John Geoghegan, mariner 
268 Mrs John White 
270 P J Quinn, naerchant 
272 Mrs John Bajus 
274 Peter Bajus, malster 
276 John Smart 
278 Joseph Hackett, carter 
280 John Oldfin, gasfitter 
282 Mrs M Oldfin 

Ordnance st intersects 

288 W J Wells, clerk P 
290 Henry Miller, letter carrier 

Brewery Lane intersects 

Kingston Brewery 

Bay st intersects 



West st, from the water to 
Earl 

Breck & Booth's coal yard 
11 Capt Thos O'Connor 
13^ Geo Asselstine, teamster 
15 Mrs Eliza Hennessy 
17 Mrs Jane Goodheart 
19 Wm Connell, machinist 
23 Thos McAdam, engineer 
25 Benj Eobinson, druggist 

King st intersects 

55 M S Sutherland, grocer 

57 J G King, druggist 

59 Ed H Smythe, Q C 

61 Mrs F W Kirkpatrick 

63 Gilbert Griffin 



Wellington, Bagot and Syden- 
ham sts intersect 

166 Capt T Harnatt 

Earl st intersects 



William st (north side) 
from the Water to Barrie 

The Shedden Co 
Immigration Office 

Ontario st intersects 

19 R J Burns, carpenter 
Merchants Bank 

King st intersects 

H J Saunders, M D 
53 Richard Coulthart, machinist 
55 Capt Jas Smyth, mariner 
59 John Cudmore, laborer 
63 Frank Conway, K & P By 

Wellington st intersects 

87 Thos Linaugh, mariner 
93 Wm H Sullivan, barrister 
95 Francis Jones, agent 
St Joseph's School 

Bagot st intersects 

111 Thos Flanigan, cab driver 

113 Mrs Herbert 

115 James Brown, laborer 

117 Joseph Hiscock, merchant 

119 Robert Wales 

121 John Maguire, letter carrier 

127 Mrs Edwin Lark 

129 B H Carnovsky, man'fr 

188 A D Taylor, merchant 



JOHN pllDER^ON \ (J0„ 

86 PRINCESS ST. 



Hammocks, all kinds. Pull- 
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136 Campbell Strange, clerk P 

137 Thos Merrett, insp. fisheries 
189 Mrs E M Moore 

141 Jos Quigley, customs 

Sydenham st intersects 

Sydenham str Metho Church 
181 Eev Dr Griffith 
185 John CMitchell, contractor 

Clergy st intersects 

203 Mrs Robt Dodds 

205 Mrs George Mai one 

207 Vacant 

209 John Breden 

213 James Abernethy, carpenter 

215 Vacant 



William st (south side) 

Gunn's wharf 

Ontario st intersects 

Timothy Palmer 
Bank of Montreal 

King st intersects 

Dr McVety 
44 J F Swift, insurance agent 
48 Peter Hume, engineer 
50 Geo Begg, baker 
52 R McCammon, sen baker 
66 C F Smith, barrister 
58 Mrs Edward Williams 
60 Mrs Margaret Martin 
64 Mrs Elizabeth Yates 

W H Henderson, M D 

Wellington st intersects 



70 Vacant 

72 Wm Sullivan, engineer 
76 Mrs H B Savage 
78 Savage Bros, painters 
80 Thos Savage, painter 
84 Wm Newman, carpenter 
88 John Regan 
90 Michael Dwyer 
92 Ed Conlan, stone cutter 
94 Wm Dufiey, moulder 
90 Robt Miller, sr, carter 
98 Robt Miller, jr, boilermaker 
100 Mathew Bateson, grocer 
Vacant 

Bagot st intersects 

112 John Conlan, tailor 
rll2 Mrs Anthony Blondin 
114 John Cockburn, plumber 
116 Thos Nicholson, butcher 
118 P R Henderson, manager M 
TCo 

Sydenham and Clergy sts intersect 

188 Mrs H Macarow 

200 D J Garbutt, real estate 

202 Mrs Wm Hannay 

204 John Barkell, carter 

200 Edward Lynch, messenger 

214 Miss M A McMahon 



William (Upper) st (north 
side) west from Barrie to 
Division 

7 Thos Moore, grocer 
13 John Quinliven, laborer 
15 Michael Hogan, laborer 
17 Edward Hinton, laborer 
19 Robt Clark, builder 



standard Life ; 



insures Ladies at same rates as gentiemert, 

while other companies charge extra. 



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Gray's Lane intersects 

25 Samuel Gilmore, laborer 

27 James Hamilton, tailor 

29 Forrest 

31 Neil McCuaig, laborer 

83 Wm McNamee 

35 Jobn Pigion, cabinetmaker 

47 John Purdue, laborer 



William (Upper) st (south 
side) 

12 John Spence, laborer 

14 John Patterson, poundkeeper 

16 John Hanley, cabman 

24 Vacant 

26 James Paul, moulder 

28 Hugh McWhinney, sailor 

30 James Fitzgerald, laborer 

32 Alex McMahon, laborer 

34 G Gance, laborer 



York st (north side) from 
Alma 

1 Thompson's Bottling Works 

3 Geo Beecher, sailor 

5 Edward Frost, laborer 

7 Mrs Ann Byrne 
11 John O'^Brien, laborer 
13 Vacant 
15 Robt McKee, painter 

Barrie st intersects 

19 Vacant 

21 Vacant 

25 Henry Harris, carter 

35 R Lake, stovemounter 

37 E Chatter ton, carpenter 

43 Hugh Johnston, quarryman 



Raglan road intersects 

63 J E Jenkins, blacksmith 
65 Thos McConville 
67 John Doyle, sailor 

Carlisle st intersects 

79 John Savage 

79 W J Fleming, laborer 

81 James Fitzgibbon, laborer 

85 John Hume, tailor 

87 Charles Walker, bartender 

89 Matthew Donnelly 

91 J C Landeryou, contractor 

Prime st intersects 

93 W Chown, mason 

95 W J Morrison, mechanic 

Cherry st intersects 

103 H J Peters, carpenter 

105 Wm Waller, laborer 

109 Samuel Marshall, traveler 

Quebec st intersects 

111 Geo A'Brien, mariner 
113 Mrs WYDaykin 
115 S A Aykroyd, student 
117 Mrs Ann Virtue 

Division st intersects 

147 John Appleton, blacksmith 
163 Vacant 

A Ihert st intersects 



York st (south side) 



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Sporting Goods— Base Balls, 
Cricket Balls, Bats, Gloves, 
Masks, etc. 



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18 G H Parkin, grocer 
20 Geo Menary, carpenter 
22 W J Moore, machinist 
24 T P Hillier, carpenter 
26 Thos Singleton, laborer 
30 John Davis laborer 
36 Chas Agger, shoemaker 
38 P Fannon. laborer 
42 Geo Comper, mechanic 

Raglan road intersects 

68 Mrs John Roche 
70 Nelson Armstrong, printer 
72 C Elliott, groom 
74 Robert Moxley, blacksmith 
76 C H Cooke, laborer 
78 Henry Staley, musican 
84 John Quartz, sailor 
86 Mrs Emma Jamieson 
88 Robert Wilson, driller 
94 T B Carscallen, carpenter 
96 James Dumphy, packer 
98 Samuel Richards, mason 
100 Benjamin Redfearn, fireman 
104 J G Harpell, teamster 

Division street intersects 

140 John C Swain, weaver 

142 Mrs Wm Hodges 

154 C Veale, painter 

156 Alex McCabe, gardener 

162 Wm Ravenscroft, carter 

166 Geo Holder, carpenter 

170 Chas Kingswell, gardener 



Young st (north side) from 
Barrie to Univerity ave 

3 Miss A McGarvey 
5 Mrs John Pymor 



11 Mrs Catharine Burns 
r 11 Robt McAuley, tinsmith 
15 Mrs B Hallbeck laundress 

Little's Lane intersects 

17 John McKnight, turnkey 
21 John O'Brien, laborer 
25 Mrs Ellen O'Donnell 
27 James Turner, laborer 
29 H Smith, laborer 
31 Henry Hunter, laborer 
35 Thos Wright, laborer 
37 Mrs Lucy Suddard 
89 John Shanahan, laborer 
41 Miss J Doyle 

Division st intersects 

55 Wm Carter 

57 Wm Hazlett, engineer 

83 J A Craig, policeman 

89 V G Hooper, manager 

91 Jas Galloway, merchant 

93 Alex Home, merchant 



Young st (southlside) 

10 John Veal, baker 

14 Alex Robinson, boilermaker 

16 Thos Kinchella, laborer 

18 E C King, carpenter 

20 Homer Eraser, blacksmith 

Wade's Lane intersects 

40 John Jones, watchmaker 
42 W A Riley, barber 

Division st intersects 

44 Hugh Kerr, clerk 
46 H V Lvon, barrister 
50 H W Wilson 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Alphabetical Directory. 



Abbott John, laborer, Montreal 

Abbott Tbos, laborer, 377 Divi- 
sion 

Abernethy Archie, manager Off- 
ord's shoe store, 213 William 

Abernethy James, carpenter, 213 
William 

Abernethy Wm, contractor, 434 
Brock 

Abernethy Wm, machinist, 178 
Ordnance 



Abrahams Edwin, 209 University 

ave 
Abraham Mrs Mary (wid" James) 

87 Wellington 
Abrams Josias, 81 King w 
Abrien Capt Geo, (str Armenia) 

111 York 
Ada Wm, (Capt Corsican) 43 Main 
Ada Wm E, clerk, 43 Main 
Adam James, prop Bowen House, 

421-23-25 King e 



WINDSOR HOTEL 

P. Mclaughlin, Proprietor. 

This fine new house, centrally situ- 
ated on Princess street (corner Mont- 
real), has been furnished magnificently 
throughout, and has every accommo- 
dation for the reception of guests. 
Every attention will be paid to Tra- 
velers AND THE Farming CoinMUNiTy. 

All stages start from here. Street 
cars pass the door. A Porter attends 
all trains. A Night Clerk in attend- 
ance The Bar is supplied with the 
best of 

LIQUORS AND CIGARS. 

Opposite the Opera House. 

All information respecting trains, 
boats, stages, and shows cheerfully 
furnished. 

Headquarters for horsemen. The 
.Stal)les and Sheds are the largest and 
best in the city. 

TERMS, $1 AND $1.50 PER DAY. 

TELEPHONE NO. 14. 




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Adams E, 162 King e 

Adams Mrs Elisey, (wid John) 12 
St Catharine 

Adams Henry, steamboat inspect- 
or, 38 Clarence 

Adams James, propBowen House, 
336 Alfred 

Adams Joseph, student, 318 Uni- 
versity ave 

Adams, Wm, boots and shoes, 67 
Brock, h 318 University ave 

Adams W J, shoe cutter, 318 
University ave 

Adsit Geo, carpenter, 629 Princess 

Agger Chas, shoemaker, 36 York 

Agnew Mrs Emily, (wid John) 384 
Brock 

Agnew James, city solicitor, 
332 Barrie 

Agnew Eobert, machinist, 239 
Earl 

Agnew E W, salesman, 384 Brock 

A'Hearn John, 35 John 

A'Hearn Thomas, laborer, 230 
Wellington 

Aiken Joseph, grain shoveller, 
Patrick 

Aikin Patrick, carter, 149 Ord- 
nance 

Aikens E, pattern maker, 197 Col- 
borne 

Aiken E E, policeman, 114 Ord- 
nance 

Aims Francis, soldier, 44 Ord- 
nance 

Ainslie David, carpenter, 245 Earl 

Albion Hotel, W H Potter, prop 
Montreal cor Queen 

Albison John W, spinner, 2 Que- 
bec 

Alexander James, traveler, 306 
Brock 



Alexander Mrs Jane, (wid David) 
306 Brock 

Alexander Eobert, tailor, 146 Bay 

Alden Eobert, laborer, 272 Syden- 
ham 

Alderdice Hugh, painter,382 Prin- 
cess 

Alderdice Mrs Susan, 46 Colborne 

Aldred Owen, porter, 246 Mon- 
treal 

Allen Benj, carpenter, 31 Eideau 

Allen Chas, carpenter, 462 Brock 

Allen Daniel, timekeeper, 217 
University ave 

Allen Mrs EHza, 183 Brock 

Allen Geo, laborer, 142 Colborne 

Allen G H, resident inspector 
Standard Life Assurance Co, 
42 Clarence, h 100 Barrie 

Allen James, grocer, Division, cor 
Pine 

Allen Capt J F, str Pierrepont, 
St Lawrenqe ave 

Allan John, carriagemaker, 189 
Pine 

Allen Mrs Margaret, (wid Lewis) 
524 Princess 

Allen Miss Mary, teacher, 297 
Division 

Allen Mrs Mary A, (wid Capt T 
F) Stuart 

Allen Miss Maud, teacher, 189 
Pine 

Allen E W, grocer, 308 Montreal 

Allen T C, salesman, 186 Bagot 

Allen Thos, engineer, 41 Bala- 
clava 

Allen W H, mariner, St Lawrence 
ave 

Allen Wm, shoemaker, 82 Brock, 
h 126 Bagot 

Allen Mrs, (wid William) 210 
Montreal 

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Allen Mrs Wm, 297 Division 
Allen W J C, (McDonald & Allen) 

h 151 Frontenac 
AUinson W L, accountant, Alfred 
Allwell Geo, laborer, Bagot 
American Express Co, J S 

Patch, local manager, King cor 

Brock 
American Shoe and Clothing Co, 

S W Jacobs, manager, 184 

Princess 
American Steam Bottling 

Works, Hinds Bros, props, 

10 Market Sq 
Amey G W, manager Oilcloth 

Co, h 5 Vic Ter, Montreal 
Anderson C W W, clerk, 31 Col- 
borne 
Anderson Daniel, machinist, 22 

Wade's Lane 
Anderson David, 111 Bay 
Anderson James, 243 Sydenham 
Anderson James,, student, 243 

Sydenham 
Anderson Mrs Jane, (wid Edward) 

222 Barrie 
Anderson John, laborer, 10 

George 
Anderson John, mechanic, 16 

Redan 
Anderson John H, cutter, 49 

Princess 
Anderson Miss M A, 178 Bagot 
Anderson, 428 Johnston 
Anderson Wm, stone cutter, 893 

Johnston 
Andre Peter, ship carpenter, 60 

Ontario 
Andrien Alex, laborer, 108 Ontario 
Andrews Mrs Elizabeth, (wid G 

W) 830 Brock 
Anglin Mrs C, millmer, 173 Well- 
ington 



Anglin Mrs Fannie, (wid Wm) 

169 Union w 
Anglin R D, custom officer, 144 

Union w 
Anglin Samuel, (W B & S 

AngUn) h 85 Barrack 
Anglin W B & S, lumber and 

coal dealers, Bay cor Wellington 
Anglin Wm, bursar, Kingston 

Asylum, 66 Earl 
Anglin Wm G,M D, M R C S, 

Eng 62 Earl 
Anglo-American Hotel, Alf 

S Moreland, prop Ontario cor 

Johnston 
Angrove Henry, shoemaker, 221 

Wellington 
Angrove Henry, machinist, 84 

Arch 
Angrove Samuel, clerk cnstoms, 

54 Wellington 
Angrove Thomas, moulder, 126 

Bagot 
Anis Asil, carpenter. Orchard 
Ansley J W, cabinet maker, 883 

Earl 
Appleton John, blacksmith, 147 

York 
Aratta Mrs, (wid Michael) 285 

Sydenham 
Ardiff George, ship carpenter, 22 

Deacon 
Armour George, carpenter, 161 

Brock 
Armstrong A H, salesman, 288 

Queen 
Armstrong D F, boots, shoes 

trunks and valises, 141 Princess 

h 263 University ave 
Armstrong Francis, laborer, 53. 

Division 
Armstrong Francis, photographer 

131 Montreal 



John Henderson & Co., Travelers' order Books 



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Armstrong George, packer, 304 

Brock 
Armstrong George, traveler, 296 

University ave 
Armstrong Harvey, shoemaker, 

288 Queen 
Armstrong Mrs Isabel, (wid John) 

804 Brock 
Armstrong J H, 288 Queen 
Armstrong Mrs Jane, (wid Wm) 

105 Union e 
Armstrong John, moulder, 105 

Union e 
Armstrong Nelson, printer, 70 

York 
Armstrong Eobert, carpenter, 131 

Montreal 
Arniel Eichard, butcher, 377 Earl 
Arniel Sam'l, teamster, 22 Simcoe 
Arniel Thomas, carpenter, 324 

Division 
Arneil Thos jr, 324 Division 
Arniel W Jas, watchmaker & 

jeweler, 389 King e, h 387 

Princess 
Arnold Mrs John, 253 King 
Arthurs Alex, baker, 272 Univer- 
sity 
Arthurs James, cabinet maker, 34 

Vine 
Asselstine Benj, carpenter, 168 

Division 
Asselstine C A carpenter, 112 

Barrie 
Asselstine Charles, laborer, r 208 

University ave 
Asselstine Daniel, r 208 Univer- 
sity ave 
Asselstine D P, teacher, 168 Di- 
vision 
Asselstine George, teamster 13 

West 



Asselstine Herbert, carpenter, 7 

St Catharine 
Asselstine Isaac, contractor, 302 

Johnston 
Asselstine Isaac, blacksmith, 284 

Earl 
Asselstine James, laborer, 29 

Eideau 
Asselstine John, carpenter, 254 

Alfred 
Asselstine Mrs Margaret, (wid 

Isaac) 53 Division 
Asselstine Mrs M, (wid Isaac) 135 

Alfred 
Asselstine Michael, wool manufac- 
turer, 227 Princess 
Asselstine Peter, contractor, 100 

Division 
Asselstine Thos, carpenter, 100 

Division 
Asselstine W H, salesman, 220 

Alfred 
Ash John, laborer, 521 Princess 
Ashley Edwin, student, 438 

Alfred 
Ashley John, 22 Barrie 
Ashley W Gr, gents' furnisher, 

126 Princess 
Atchison Eobt, teamster, fire 

station 
Atkinson Thos, mason, 83 Colling- 

wood 
Atkinson Wm, laborer, 224 Barrie 
Attwood Horace, laborer, Durham 
Attwood Wm, clerk, Durham 
Aubin Mrs Wm, 211 Sydenham 
Auchinvole Gilbert, grocer, 41 

Colborne 
Augustus Capt Webster, 163 

Division 
Ault Mrs Orcina (wid George) 661 

Princess 



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Austin James, shoemaker, bds 

102 Rideau 
Aykroyd Overton, carpenter, 115 

York 
Aykroyd, Saral A, dental student, 

115 York 
Ayies worth George A, Manager 
Odessa Woollen Mills, 9 Col- 
borue 
Babcock Geo, laborer, 312 John- 
ston 
Babcock James, teamster, 277 

Montreal 
Babcock John, carpenter, 3 Pine 
Babcock J S, grocer. Princess, 

cor Barrie 
Babcock Walter, laborer, 277 

Montreal 
Babcock Wm, laborer, 24 Elm 
Bacon Henry, laborer, 14 Ann 
Bailey Alexander, laborer, 34 

James 
Bailey Mrs B, 214 Queen 
BaiUe Bros, job printers, 190 

Wellington 
Bailey Chas, laborer, 51 Raglan 
Bailey Co, broom manufacturers, 

307 Queen 
Bailey E B, biscuitmaker, 338 

Brock 
Bailey Henry, grocer, 619 Prin- 
cess 
Bailey S R, 826 University ave 
Bailie Thos, shoemaker, 155 

Montreal 
Bailie Wm, job printer, 81 Brock 

h 88 Barrie 
Bailey Wm, bookkeeper, bds City 

Hotel 
Bailey Wm, (Bailey & Co) h 120 

Colborne 
Bain Mrs Anna, (wid Rev Wm) 

23 Sydenham 



Bain Thomas, laborer, 293 Earl 

Baird John, stonecutter, 871 
Brock 

Baird Robert, 12 Main 

Baird Robert jr, carpenter, 12 
Main 

Baird Thos, baker, 12 Main 
. Bajus Mrs Hannah, (wid John) 
272 Wellington 

Bajus Jacob, 63 Rideau 

Bajus Peter, driver, 274 Welling- 
ton 

Bajus Philip, prop Kingston 

Brewery, h 47 Rideau 

Bajus Philip, shoemaker, 42 
Orduance 

Bajus Wm, 57 Rideau 

Baker George, carpenter 186 
Rideau 

Baker Jas R, Frontenac 

Baker Mrs Mary (wid John) 383 
Earl 

Baker R D, gents' furnisher. 
352Kiug e 

Baker R D, tobacconist, 209 
Princess, h 380 Earl 

Baker Wm, 382 Earl 

Baker W J, clerk, 312 Queen 

Ball Edward, sexton, 139 Ord- 
nance 

Ball Samuel, jeweler, 898 Barrie 

Ballantyne James, watchman, 86 
Queen 

Ballantyne John, policeman, 27 
Wellington 

Bank of British North 
America, Geo A Robinson, 
manager. City Buildings, Mar- 
ket sq 

Bank of Montreal, C E L 
Porteous, manager. King cor 
William 

Bannister J, guard KP, Union w 



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Barber Chas, carpenter, 429 Al- 
fred 
Barber & Johnson, contractors, 

214 Bagot 
Barber Tbos L, carpenter, Col- 

lingwood 
Barkell John, carter, 204 Wil- 

haia 
Barhng Charles, butcher, Albert 
Barlow Thomas, contractor, 41 

Bideau 
Barlow Thomas, machinist, 21 

Union 
Barnes Alexander, blacksmith, 

206 Colborne 
Barnes Mrs Eliza, (wid John) 14 

Deacon 
Barney Benj, broker, 39 Princess 

h 224 Earl 
Barr Mrs, Markland 
Barr Robert, lineman, 118 Ord- 
nance 
Barrett Dan'l, laborer, 70 Cherry 
Barrett Thos, shoemaker, 87 Pine 
Barragan James, laborer, 15 

O'Kill 
Barron Geo, engineer, 286 Queen 
Barron W J, clerk, 286 Queen 
Barry James, tailor, 114 Queen 
Barry J, salesman, bds Windsor 

Hotel 
Bari-y Robert, coppersmith, 18 

Division 
Barry Rev, 22 Ontario 
Bartells Oscar V, dep city treas, 

896 Princess 

Bartley Mrs Mary (wid George) 

898 Princess 
Barton Alexander, engineer, 177 

Sydenham 
Bass C L, watchmaker, 226 

Princess 



Bassam & Milne, Wm E 

Bassam, T G Milne, props 

Model Steam Laundry, 46 

Prmcess 
Bassam Wm E, (Bassam & 

Milne, h 8 Alfred 
Bastow Jeremiah, 182 Clergy 
Bastow J G, plumber, gas and 

steam fitter, 349 King e 
Bates Capt Daniel (B W Folger), 

34 Ellice 
Bates Mrs Elizabeth (wid Henry), 

5 Hale's cottage, King w 
Bates Harry C, clerk, 5 Hale's 

cottage. King w 
Bates Henry, carpenter, 4 Chest- 
nut 
Bates Mrs Jane (wid Peter) 497 

Princess 
Bates Jno, 497 Princess 
Bates Saml, carpenter, 16 Cowdy 
Bates Mrs Timothy, 304 Montreal 
Bates Wm, clerk, 5 Hale's cot- 
tage. King w 
Bateson James, policeman, 158 

Rideau 
Bateson Matthew, grocer, 100 

William 
Batting J, cutter, bds Stanley 

House 
Bawden Henry, manager Weber 

Piano Co, Frontenac 
Bawden Joseph, barrister/ 81 

Frontenac 
Baxter Miss Jane, 74 Sydenham 
Baxter Mrs W L, boarding, 102 

Queen 
Beach Charles, driver, Bagot 
Beauchamp -John, grocer, 15 

Deacon 
Beatty Charles, 161 Bagot 
Beaubiah Isaiah, poUceman, 79 

Pine 



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Has assets of $37,000,000. 

O- H- ALLEN, 

Inspector- 



J. P. QILDER8LEEVE, 
Accent. 



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Beaupre E, American Hotel, 29 

Brock 
Beber M, broker, 56 Brock 
Becker George, engineer, bds 

Stanley House 
Bedford John, spinner, 134 

Division 
Bedore Chas, laborer, 845 Prin- 
cess 
Beebe Capt Fred, tug Lilly, 98 

Ontario 
Beecher Geo, sailor, 3 York 
Beal Mrs Elizabeth, boarding, 

132 Wellington 
Begg Alexander, carter, 87 Queen 
Begg Mrs Annie (wid Wm) 89 

Union 
Begg George, baker, 50 William 
Begin John, ship carpenter, 72 

Ontario 
Behan J J, grocer, 326 King e 

h 17 Patrick 
Belanger Helaire, painter, 74 

Bagot 
Belanger James, painter, Eaglan 
Belch James, agent, 366 Barrie 
Bell Rev G, L L D, Registrar, 

Queen's College, 162 Earl 
Bell J H, M D, 103 WelUngton 
Bell John, baker, 221 Montreal 
Bell John, carpenter, 8 Pine 
Bell Robert, 176 University ave 
Bell» Robert C, photographer, 235 

Colborne 
Bell Telephone Co, A T 

Smith, agent, 186 Ontario 
Bell W P, photographer, 203 Col- 
borne 
Bell W P & Son, photographers, 

224 Princess 
Belt Wm, laborer, Hickson ave 
Bemish Mrs B, (wid Thos) 65 

Bay 



Benedict Reanea, 379 Princess 
Benn Geo H, peddler, 208 Alfred 
Benn John, blacksmith, 364 

Barrie 
Bennett Alexander, baker, 267 

Division 
Bennett Edward, laborer, Bagot 
Bennett Frederick, carpenter, 259 

Montreal 
Bibby T H, grocer, 852 Princess 
Bennett George, laborer, 161 Nel- 
son 
Bennett Hugh, cigarmaker, 119 

Montreal 
Bennett James, shoemaker, 35 

Elm 
Bennett Mrs James, 259 Montreal 
Bennett Mrs John, 119 Montreal 
Bennett Mrs Mary, (wid Thos) 6 

Bay 
Bennett Robert, printer, 77 Ord- 
nance 
Bennett Miss Sarah, 322 Division 
Bennett Thos, shoemaker, 259 

Montreal 
Bennett Wm, carter, 161 Nelson 
Bennett Wm, tinsmith, 281 Mon- 
treal 
Benson Miss Mary J, 89 Barrack 
Berry Francis, gardener. Regent 
Best Miss, 4 Wellington terrace, 

Montreal 
Bevan Mrs Catharine (wid Jos) 

52 Quebec 
Bevan Frederick, broommaker, 

Quebec 
Bevan Joseph, moulder, Quebec 
Bews Jitmes, mason, 217 Colborne 
Bibby F A, livery, 129 Brock 
Bibby Miss EHza, 203 Brock 
Bibby H D, hardware, stoves & 
tinware, 335-7 King e, h 203 
Brock 



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Bibby T H, grocer, 352 Princess 
Bickley F A, traveler, 125 King e 
Biddle Mrs Annie, 469 Division 
Bilton Miss Mary, 292 Johnston 
Birch Francis A, clerk, Artillery 

Park 
Birch Geo, oarpenter, 23 Weeling- 

ton 
Birch Geo, carpenter, 63 George 
Birch Samuel, (McKelvey & 

Birch), h 136 Bagot 
Bird Henry, barber, 49 Ordnance 
Bird Joseph, ship carpenter, 74 a 

Ontario 
Bird Joseph, barber, 49 Ordnance 
Bird Langley, laborer, r 247 Earl 
Bird Mrs Maria (wid John) 70 a 

Ontario 
Birkett J H, sec-treas Can Loco 

Works, h Centre 
Birkett John, laborer, 42 Johnston 
Birmingham Mrs James, 182 

Johnston 
Bisonette Geo H (Bowes & 

Bisonette), h 102 Clergy 
Black D A, D D S, L D S, 

dentist, 19 Montreal 
Black Frederick, mechanic, 107 

Queen 
Black James, dental student, bds 

Stanley House 
Black James, laborer, 47 John 
Black Jas, carpenter, 137 Alfred 
Black John, mariner, 81 Bagot 
Blackwell J, 18 Stuart 
Blair Mrs Julia (wid Augustus), 1 

Corrigan 
Blake Geo. mason, Kegent 
Blakely Alfred, butcher, 840 

Princess 
Blakley John, carter, Beverley 
Blakley Traveller, laborer, 866 

Bagot 



Blaney James, laborer, 97 Earl 
Bloomfield Capt Wm (str Hero) 

145 Pine 
Blomley James, fireman, 55 Arch 
Blondiu Mrs (wid Anthony) r 112 

William 
Boakes James W, conductor, 680 

Montreal 
Bolger T O, city engineer, 142 

Johnston 
Bonny Geo, foreman Loco Works 

1 7 Frontenac 
Bonny Hy, moulder, 264 Queen 
Boon John, teamster, Chatham, 

cor Fifth 
Boon Robt J, butcher, Chatham, 

cor Fifth 
Boon T J, salesman, 100 Chatham 
Booth A P, 38 Wellington 
Booth E A (Breck & Booth), h 

172 Alfred 
Booth Capt E A, 22 Simcoe 
Booth C E, 334 University ave 
Booth George, engineer 353 Brock 
Booth Mrs Mary, nurse, 136 Col- 
borne 
Boston Fur Store, Geo Mills 

& Co, props, 170 Wellington 
Bostridge Chas, guard K P 5 

Pembroke 
Bostridge Mrs, 246 Montreal 
Boucher A J, student, 306 Uni- 
versity ave 
Bourdeau Baptiste, laborer, 192 

Rideau 
Bourne John, coal oil dealer, 51 

Balaclava 
Bourne John jr, coal oil dealer, 51 

Balaclava 
Boutillier Sergt Amos, "A" Bat- 
tery, 64 North 
Bowen Mrs Mary, 326 Alfred 



standard Life T^: 



Has existing assurances of $105,000,000 



ALLEN, 

In>peotor> 



J. P. QILDERSLEEVE, 

Agrent. 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Bowen Wm, guard K P, 198 Alf- 
red 
Bowen Wm. teamster, 198 Uni- 
versity ave 
Bower Thomas, 86 Barrie 
Bowes & Bisonette, {R G 
Bowes, G H Bisonette) dry 
goods, 204 Princess 
Bowes R J, Bowes & Bisonette, 

h 120 Earl 
Bowles Alexander, laborer, 18 

Patrick 
Bowles Edward, 16 Patrick 
Boyce Richard, clerk, 143 Mon- 
treal 
Boyd Ferguson, baker, 312 Prin- 
cess 
Boyd George, engmeer, 309 Johu- 

ston 
Boyd Miss Hattie, 89 Gore 
Boyd Isaac, engineer, 398 Brock 
Boyd James, baker, 289 Princess 
Boyd Jas, blacksmith, 102 Pine 
Boyd John, mariner, 857 Brock 
Boyd Joseph, carpenter, Albert 
Boyd Rich, cab driver, 7 Colborue 
Boyd Solomon, Albert 
Boyd Thos, butcher, 54 Quebec 
Boyle Mrs Edward, 42 Union e 
Boyle H M, bartender, Hotel 

Frontenac 
Brabant Needle Co, Edward 

MulJin, manager, 88 Brock 
Brackus John, shoemaker, bds 

Globe 
Brady John, Bagot 
Brady John, clerk, 146 Montreal 
Brady Mrs John, 146 Montreal 
Brady Mrs Mary (wid John) 291 

Johnston 
Brady Philip, Montreal 
Brame H, cabinetmaker and 
undertaker, 251 Princess 



Branch Joseph, engineer, 179 

Sydenham 
Braniflf Hugh, clerk, 267 Earl 
Brannigan Dennis P, clerk, 258 

Princess 
Brannigan Edmund P, boarding, 

220 Montreal 
Brannigan Mrs Elizabeth, (wid 

Dennis) 258 Princess 
Brannigan John, grocer, Montreal 
Brannigan Joseph, 220 Montreal 
Branigan Samuel-, tailor, 144 Bay 
Breck & Booth, [L W Breck 

E A Booth] coal dealers and 

vessel agents, 176 Ontario 
Breck I A, Uniop w [Suunyside] 
Breck L W, [Breck & Booth] 

176 Ontario 
Breden John, 209 William 
Breden John, Beverley 
Brennan J B, shipper, 208 John- 
ston 
Brennan Michael, keeper K P, 

288 Johnston 
Brennan M E, accountant, 288 

Johnston 
Brewster Mrs Sarah, (wid Wm) 

Rideau 
Brian Wm, 304 Earl 
Brick James, clerk, 69 Bagot 
Brick Mrs Margaret, [wid Bryan] 

69 Bagot 
Brick R H. machinist, 252 Barrie 
Brick Thomas, polisher, 69 Bagot 
Brickwood James, traveler, 292 

Victoria 
Brideu Geo S, bookkeeper, 122 

Colborne 
Briggs Thomas, manager 

Frontenac Loan & Investment 

Society, h 167 Kinge 
Briggs Wm, salesman, Albert 
Brignall Robt, foreman, Montreal 



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Bristow Frederick, baker, 225 c 
Wellington 

Bristow Mrs Thomas, 225 b Wel- 
lington 

Bristow Wm, polisher, 225 b 
Wellington 

British American Hotel, J 
E Dunham, prop, Clarence, cor 
King 

Britton B M, Q 0, (Biitton & 
Whiting), h 9 Sydenham 

Britton & Whiting, (B M 
Britton^ Q C, J L Whiting, B 
A, barristers, 69 Clarence 

Brock Arthur, traveler, 16 Syden- 
ham 

Brock Rev Jas, 16 Sydenham 

Brockett Atwater E, traveler, 48 
Clergy 

Brodie R H, clerk. Hotel Fron- 
tenac 

Brokenshire John, 2 Alfred 

Brooks Miss Mary Ann, 190 
Barrie 

BROOKS THOMAS S, car- 
penter, joiner and builder 
Alterations and repairs 
promptly attended to. 
Albert, between John- 
ston and Earl. 

Brophy Joseph, gents' fur- 
nisher and shirtmaker, 844 
King e, h 59 Wellington 

Brophy Mrs Margaret (wid Wm), 
59 WeUington 

Brough Thos A, teacher, 232 
Division 

Brouse Henry, mechanic, 49 Elm 

Brown Andrew, clerk, 53 Earl 

Brown Chas, weaver, 338 Mont- 
real 



Browne Chas, laborer, Raglan rd 

Brown David, moulder, 49 Di- 
vision 

Brown F M, law student, 630 
Princess 

Brown Frederick, gasmaker, 50 
Place d'Arms 

Brown Geo, 394 Princess 

Brown Geo, gardener, 81 Pine 

Brown G W, inland rev, 128 
Union 

Brown H, restaurant, city build- 
ing 

Brown Jas, laborer, 115 William 

Browne Jas (James Browne 
& Co), bds British- American 
Hotel 

Brown James, painter, 259 Queen 

Browne James & Co, whole- 
sale grocers, 175 Ontario 

Brown James H, laborer, 230 
Sydenham 

Brown Johnston, prop Stan- 
ley House, Ontario, cor Market 
Square 

Brown Marshall, M D, 630 Prin- 
cess 

Brown Mrs, 182 Clarence 

Browne Patrick, Jas Brown 
& Co, h 1(^8 University ave 

Brown Richard, laborer, 48 Place 
d'Arms 

Browne W B. teller, Merchants 

,^Bank, bds 11 Maitland 

Brownlie Arch, tailor, 4 Garrat 

Bruce Mrs Elizabeth (wid James) 
Nelson 

Bryan Mrs Christina (wid Geo), 
33 Albert 

Bryant Bryce, loomtackler, 240 
Montreal 

Bryant Mrs Caroline (wid Wm), 
657 Princess 

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Bryant Edward, mechanic, Con- 
cession rd 
Bryant Francis, blacksmith. Con- 
cession rd 
Bryant Fred, mason, Adelaide 
Bryant Henry G, tel operator, 

Concession rd 
Bryant John, Adelaide 
Bryant Reuben, moulder, 221 

Colborne 
Bryant Robt, carriagemaker, 9 

Deacon 
Bryant Wesley, painter. Conces- 
sion rd 
Bryant Wm, painter, Concession 

road 
Bryant Wm, tinsmith, Conces- 
sion rd 
Brysou Jas, 210 University ave 
Bryson James, painter, 210 Uni- 
versity ave 
Buck Geo, laborer, 140 Chatham 
Buck Philip, carpenter, 288 Queen 
Bues Joseph, quarryman, Stephen 
Bulch John, sailor, 40 Main 
Bulger James, laborer, 96 Ontario 
Bullis John, hay merchant, 287 

Wellington 
Bunt John, boilermaker, 110 

Bagot 
Bunt Richard, blacksmith, 66 

Bagot 
Bunt Wm, blacksmith, 260 Earl 
Burdick Arthur, mariner, 64 Bay 
Burdick Willis, mariner, 64 Bay 
Bureau Peter, gardener 164 Bagot 
Burgess Mrs John, 300 Victoria 
Burk Edward, Livingston ave 
Burke Mrs Jane (wid Patrick), 

19 Ontario, railway cottages 
Burk John, laborer, 90 Gore 
Burk Patrick, sailor, bds Ottawa 
Hotel 



Burke Richard, engineer, 153 

Sydenham 
Burk Mrs Sarah (wid James R), 

56 Rideau 
Burke Wm, carpenter, Nelson 
Burnette M S, silverware mer- 
chant, 356 Johnston 
Burnett Orlauda, policeman, 7 

Froutenac 
Burnham A B, 120 Montreal 
Burns Mrs Catharine [wid Jas] , 

11 Young 
Burns Mrs Ellen [wid George] , 

295 Johnston 
Burns Henry, mason, 479 Prin- 
cess 
Burns Patrick, baker, 47 Ord- 
nance 
Burns Mrs Patrick, 5 Cherry 
Burns Capt Perry, 42 John 
Burns Mrs Rachel, fruiterer, 68 

Brock 
Burns Mrs Rachel [wid Henry] , 

479 Princess 
Burns R J, carpenter, 129 Bagot 
Burns Robt, mason, 47 Colborne 
Burns Thos, laborer, 389 Barrie 
Burnside Egerton, driver, 671 

Princess 
Burrows Wm, gas inspector, 128 

Johnston 
Burtch Enoch, carpenter, end 

Patrick 
Burtch John, quarryman, Stephen 
Burton Henry, grocer, 61 Division 
Burton J J, grocer, 155 Division 
Burton John Vance, foreman, 57 

Queen 
Burton J, clerk, bds 132 Welling- 
ton 
Burton Samuel, upholsterer, 175 

Pine 
Bush John, laborer, Barrack 



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Busbell J, mariner, 374 King e 
Bushell Win, grainshoveller, 103 

Queen 
Bushey Francis, carpenter, 487 

Alfred 
Bushey Robfc, carpenter, 28 Pine 
Buswell Philip, stovefitter, 79 

Elm 
Buswell Philip, patternfitter, 79 

Elm 
Butler W A, laborer, r 82 John- 
ston 
Butlin C, driver, American Ex- 
press Co 
Byron Daniel, laborer, 59 Charles 
Byron Joseph, laborer, Ragot 
Byron Wm, laborer, 65 Charles 
Byrne Mrs Ann, 7 York 
Byrne Samuel, laborer, 7 York 
Byrns Easton. book-keeper, 139 

Union, w 
Byrnes Mrs Mary, (wid Matthew) 

92 Queen 
Cain John, laborer, Beverley 
Cairns Sam'l, laborer, 429 King e 
Cairns Wm, laborer, 109 Charles 
Coldback James, carpenter, 261 

Colborne 
Coldback Mrs James, 261 Col- 
borne 
Coldback John H, carpenter, 60 

Chatham 
Caldwell A & Son, lumber 
dealers, V G Hooper, manager, 
Place d'Armes 

Callaghau Arth, bookkeeper, 163 
Sydenham 

Callaghan Dan'l, accountant, 163 
Sydenham 

Callaghan Harcourt, bookkeeper, 

163 Sydenham 
Callaghan James, 424 Johnston 



Callaghan Miss M A, music 

teacher, 110 Earl 
Callaghan Thos, engineer, 26 
Ellice 

Callagott John, carpenter, 268 
Alfred 

Calvert George, accountant, 57 
Arch 

Calvert Thomas, laborer. 57 Arch 

Calvert Wm, tinsmith, 57 Arch 

Calvin The Co, (Umited) On- 
tario cor Clarence 

Calvin Hiram A, (The Cal- 
vin Co) h 131 King e 

Cambridge Henry, laborer, 29 
Main 

Cambridge Thomas, laborer, 231 
Wellington 

Cameron Maj-Gen D R R A 
C M G, commandant R M C, h 
1 5 King e 

Cameron Kenneth A, book- 
keeper, 35 Simcoe 

Cameron James, clerk, 51 Barrack 

Cameron Mrs Marian, [wid Col 
Angus] 34 Simcoe 

Camic Wm, teamster, 199 Alfred 

Campbell A B, J G Campbell 
& Son, 440 Brock 

Campbell Mrs Ada, 12 James 

Campbell Alexander, grocer, Mon 
treal 

Campbell Mrs Ann, [wid James] 
391 Division 

Campbell Dan'l, carter, 124 Bagot 

Campbell Miss EUzabeth, con- 
fectioner, 109 Brock 

Campbell, James, farmer, John- 
ston 

Campbell James, wood merchant, 
Ontario cor Place d'Arms, h 27 
Rideau 

Campbell James W, 391 Division 



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Campbell J G & Son, millers, 

foot Brock 
Campbell, JM, J G Campbell 

& Son, bds Hotel Frontenac 
Compbell Mrs John, 105 Gore 
Campbell John, carpenter, Albert 
Campbell Col John, 143 King w 
Campbell John, gardener, No 3 

NichoU's cottage, King w 
Campbell Matthew, laborer, 395 

Johnston 
Campbell Matthew, grocer, 294 

Princess 
Campbell Michael, employ cotton 

mill, 27 James 
Campbell Peter, laborer, 124 

Bagot 
Campbell Robert, hotel, 292 Prin- 
cess 
Campbell Robert, laborer, No 3 

NichoU's cottage, King w 
Campbell Thos, carpenter, 407 

Princess 
Campbell Wm, laborer, 153 Pine 
Campbell Wm, blacksmith, 258 

Division 
Campion Chas, clerk, 284 Earl 
Campion Richard, painter, 337 

Princess 
Campbell Wm, laborer, 312 Brock 
Campsall Robert, 223 Montreal 
Campsall Wallace, carpenter, 4 

Pine 
Canadian Express Co J S 

Patch, local manager, King cor 

Brock 
Canadian Freeman, Cicolari 

& Daley, props, 130 Clarence 
Canadian Locomotive Engine Co, 

J H Birkett, sec-treas, Ontario 
Canadian Pacific Railway 

Co's Telegraph, R J Wilson 

manager, 30 Clarence 



Cannem Albert, joiner, 58 Rideau 

Cannem, Mrs Jane, [wid Wm] 
396 Division 

Cameron, Samuel, sailor, 35 
Cherry 

Cannem Wm, ship carpenter, 58 
Rideau 

Cannon George, tailor, 95 Bay 

Cannon Wm, merchant tailor, 
273 Princess 

Cannon Wm accountant, Fronte- 
nac 

Cappon Prof James, bds Hotel 
Frontenac 

Carey A J clerk, 24 Rideau 

Carey John, moulder, 282 John- 
ston 

Carey Rev Thomas, Roman 

Catholic, 225 Johnston 
Carey Thomas, music teacher, 24 

Rideau 
Carey Rev W B, M A, Rector St 

Paul's Church, 213 Queen 
Carey Wm, music dealer. Gold- 
en Lion block, Wellington, h 

24 Rideau 
Carey Wm, clerk, 24 Rideau 
Card John, cabman, 81 Clarence 
Cardwell Samuel, 301 Barrie 
Carle Frank, telephonist, bds 48 

Princess 
Carleton W J, moulder, Stuart 
Carmer Edward, laborer, 298 

Montreal 
Carmtchael W D, traveler. Mack 
Carnegie Mrs Francis, [wid Wm] 

258 Johnston 

Carnovsky C H, cabinet mak- 
er, 128-30 Ontario, h 129 Wil- 
liam 

Carnovsky Philip, baker, 239 
Brock 



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Caruovsky P 0, confectioner, 64 

Princess h 239 Brock 
Carnovsky Thos, baker, 668-70 

Princess 
Carnovsky W H, fruiterer, 318 

King e, h 114 Johnston 
Carnovsky W, foreman, furniture 

establishment, 247 Brock 
Caron Frank, hneman. Bell Tel 

Co, 48 Princess 
Carr Alex, machinist, Dufferiu 
Carringtou Joseph J, prop King- 
ston Tannery, h River 
Carroll Michael, heater, 52 Well- 
ington 
Carroll Robt, mechanic, 10 Stuart 
Carroll Wm, 2 Nolan's Lane 
Carruthers Bruce, 20 Barrie 
Carruthers George, grocer, 248 

Princess 
Carruthers J B, financial 
agent, Clarence, cor Welling- 
ton, h Sydenham, cor Earl 
Carruthers W C, Sydenham, cor 

Earl 
Carscallen Thos B, carpenter, 94 

York 
Carson Bros, J «& T A, grocers, 

324 Paincess 
Carson Chas, stovefitter, 209 

Montreal 
Carson John, grocer, 320 Princess 
Carver John, carpenter, 140 Nel- 
son 
Carson R, manager biscuit factory 

157 Earl 
Carson Robt, sergt police, 220 

University ave 
Carson K J, wholesale grocer, 

324 Princess, h 275 Brock 
Carson T A, grocer, 320 Princess 
Carson Wm, laborer, 14 John 
Carson W H, 909 Princess 



Carswell Robt, boilermaker, 193 

Earl 
Carter Roderick C, manager 

Rathbun Co, 3 King w 
Carter Thos, city Editor Whig, 

631 Princess 
Carter Thos, grocer, 435 Princess 

cor Nelson 
Carter Wm, 55 Young 
Cartwright Henry, clerk, bank B 

N A, h "The Maples" 
Casey Miss Ellen, grocer, 214 

Bagot 
Casey H W, 822 Brock 
Casey T R, traveler, 30 Sydenham 
Cass Alfred, bricklayer, 6 Quebec 
Cassidy Andrew, butcher, 87 

King w 
Cassidy Mrs Sarah, 65 John 
Cassidy W H, ship carpenter, 293 

Johnston 
Casterton Mrs Chas, 275 Syden- 
ham 
Caswell John, carpenter, 448 

Princess 
Catlin Jonas T, hotel, ,35 Brock 
Cauley Jos, laborer, 228 Rideau 
Caulfield Thos, sailor, 206 Bagot 
Cavanagh James, Victoria 
Cavanagh John, patternmaker, 

15 Redan 
Cays Duncan, cattle dealer, 449 

Princess 
Chadwick Allen, manager, 
The Rathbun Co, h 22 Barrie 
Chadwick Harvey, driver, 359 

Bagot 
Chadwick W M, marble dealer, h 

42 Albert 
Chamberlain Allan, clerk, 7 Vic- 
toria terrace, Montreal 
Chamberlain Mrs Hester [wid 
John] , 7 Victoria, Montreal 



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Chambers Mrs Marshall, 37 York 

Champon Francis, laborer, 5 On- 
tario, railway cottages 

Chapell Wm, carpenter, 147 Col- 
borne 

Chapman Mrs Edward, 228 John- 
ston 

Chapman Elisha F, grocer, 
339 Queen 

Chapman Hardy, watchman, 117 
Albert 

Chapman Sidney, contractor, 379 
Brock 

Chapman Wm, farmer, 290 John- 
ston 

Chapman W J, carpenter, 124 
Colborne 

Chance W H, barber, 157 Well- 
ington 

Charles Edwin, carpenter, 47 Di- 
vision 

Charles Gus, blacksmith, bds 48 
Princess 

Charles John A, bookkeeper, 152 
Sydenham 

Charlton Ralph, machinist, bds 
Globe Hotel 

Charlton Robt, boilermaker, 92 
Earl 

Chatterton Edward, carpenter, 37 
York 

Chestnut Miss H H, Bible women 

Y W C A, 128 Clarence 

Chettick Mrs Anna, 3 Wellington 
terrace, Montreal 

Chettick Otto, laborer, 3 Welling- 
ton terrace, Montreal 

Choron Adolphus, blacksmith, 54 
John 

Ohown A F, [A Chown & Co] 
h 126 University ave 

Ohown A P, M D, M, 255 
Brock 



Chown Arthur, 297 Queen 
Ohown A & Oo. hardware, 

252 Bagot 
Ohown Ohas D, [The Chown 

& Cunningham Co, h 110 Bagot 

THE OHOWN & OUN- 
NINQHAM 00, (Limited) 
manufacturers of Stoves, 
Ranges, Iron Raihngs, 
Job Castings, etc, King, 
cor Queen 

OhownEdwin, (Edwin Chown 
& Son) h 87 Brock 

Ohown Edwin, & Son, (Ed- 
win & Geo Y) stoves, tin & tin- 
smith's supplies, 248-50 Bagot 

Ohown Geo Y, [Edwin Chown 
& Son] h 257 Brock 

Ohown Oliver, [A Chown & 
Co] h 186 University ave 

Chown R J traveler, 220 John- 
ston 

Chown Wm, mason, 93 York 

Christian Brothers School, 
Rev Bro Alpian, director, 89 
Clergy 

Christie Herbert, laborer, 255 
Earl 

Christie Wa\, ins agent, 44 Divi- 
sion 

Christley John, laborer, 318 John- 
ston 

Christley Wm, cab driver, 226 
Queen 

Christmas Mrs Bella, fwid Jas] 
225 d Wellington 

Christmas Chas, laborer. Barrack 

Christmas Edward, blacksmith, 
190 King e 

Christmas Mrs Elizabeth, 190 
Kinge 



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Christmas Henry, laborer, Bar- 
rack 
Christmas Wm, mariner, r 4'28 

Kinge 
Chwich Depository, Mrs Fred 

Prime, manager, 279 King e 
Cicolari & Daley, [Francis 
A Cicolari & Patrick J Daley] 
props Canadian Freeman, 130 
Clarence 
Cicolari Francis A [Cicolari 

& Daley, h 170 Wellington 
City Drug Store, 180 Princess 
Qity Hotel. Sloan Bros, props, 

138-7 Princess 
Clancy Miss Jane, 48 Union w 
Clancey Mrs Phoebe, [wid Jas] 

48 Union w 
Clancey Thos, laborer, 121 Oii- 

tario 
Clapp James & Son [James A & 
Chnton J] livery, 36 Princess 
Clare Miss M, dressmaker, 183 

Colborne 
Clark Andrew, laborer, 61 Elm 
Clark Chas, prop Bay of Quinte 

House, 230 Bagot 
Clarke Chas, blacksmith, Patrick 
Clark Freelove, 380 Brock 
Clarke F W, mechanic, Rideau 
Clark Geo, brickmaker, 818 Prin- 
cess 
Clark Geo, broommaker 133 Mon- 
treal 
Clark James, foreman dry-dock, 

266 Earl 
Clark J H, M D, D D S, L D S, 

dentist, 194 Wellington 
Clark J W, currier, 13 Charles 
Clark Joseph E, accountant, 40 

Clergy 
Clark Mrs Mary [wid Lawrence] 
Stephen 



Clark Mrs Mary [wid Wm T] 149 

Division 
Clark Mrs Mary Ann, weaver, 

229 Montreal 
Clark Patrick, butcher bds City 

Hotel 
Clark Mrs Percey, boarding,' 177 

Queen 
Clark Robert, builder, 19 upper 

William 
Clark Robert, carpenter, Albert 
Clark Mrs Sarah, [wid Wm] 254 

Johnston 
Clark Wm, laborer, 84 Queen 
Clark Wm, laborer, 61 Elm 
Clark W J, machinist, 15 Deacon 
Clark W J shoemaker, 218 Wel- 
lington 
Clark Wm, carter, 52 John 
Claxton Matthew, quarryman, 

Durham 
Claxton Matthew, tinsmith, 27 

Charles 
Clayton Edward, ship carpenter, 

226 Sydenham 
Clayton Martin, ship carpenter, 

137 Bagot 
Cleary Mrs Catharine, Hickson 
ave 

Cleary Most Rev James 

Vincent, Archbishop of King- 
ston, the Palace, 225 Johnston 

Clements Leonard, L D S, 

dentist, 140-42 Wellington 
Clements W J, farmer, 356 John- 
ston 
Clenahan Mrs Susan [wid Wm] , 

laundress, 260 Queen 
Clenahan Thos, baker, 34 Main 
Clenahan Wm, laborer, 32 Main 
Clench Jas, carpenter, 44 Clergy 
Clerihew Geo W, broker, 44 Clar- 
ence, h 10, Clergy 



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Are unchangeable after 2 years. 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



QiUS George, real estate agent, 

95 Clarence, h 164 Barrie 
Cliff Mrs Mary Aun [wid John] , 

163 Alfred 
Clinch Mrs, 258 King e 
Clint P, hotel, foot Johnston 
Clow Frank, salesman, bds 70 

Princess 
Clugston Robt, mason, 396 Brock 
Clugston Thos, mason, 396 Brock 
Clugston Wm, mason, 396 Brock 
Coates Edgar, clerk, 434 Princess 
Coburn Wm carter, 146 Pine 
Cockburn J, steamfitter, 273 On- 
tario, h 114 William 
Cockburn Wm, blacksmith, 277 

Ontario 
Cochrane Mrs C, 164 Frontenac 
Cochrane Jas, student, 164 Fron- 
tenac 
Cochrane Capt John B, EMC. 

122 Earl 
Cochrane Wm, asst burser K A, 

73 Division 
Cockade Wm G, grainshoveler, 6 

Vine 
Codfer Miss Ann, 19 Balaclava 
Coffey Thos, caretaker med col, 

174 Barrie 
Coffey Thos, carpenter, 29 Divi- 
sion 
Coffey Wm, guard K P, Stuart 
Coggan Alfred, patternmaker, 11 

Charles 
Cole F F, grain dealer, 291 On- 
tario, bds, British- American 
Coleman Alexander, 29 First 
Coleman Robt, laborer, 395 King e 
Coleman Wm, basketmaker, 29 

First 
Collins Jas, engineer, 144 Rideau 
Collins John, letter carrier, 43 
King w 



Collins Julius, fur dresser, 421 
Brock 

Collins Michael, baker, 282 Prin- 
cess 

Collins Patrick, carter, r 102 Bar- 
rack 

Collins Thos, sailor, 438 Division 

Collins Wm, foreman dry dock, 
26 Barrie 

Comer G W H, clerk, custom 
house, 80 Division, Maple 
Home 

ComperGeo, pianomaker, 42 York 

Comper John, carpenter, Fronte- 
nac 

Compton George, student, Nelson 

Compton James, laborer. Nelson 

CONFEDERATION LIFE 
ASSOCIATION. 19 years 
Record. 

Insurance in Force, - - $19,312,000 00 
New Business, 1890, - • 3,103,000 00 
Income, 1890, • • 777,141 00 
Assets, .... 3,311,643 00 
Liabilities, - - - 3,012,747 00 
Cash surplus above all Liabilities, 298,696 00 
Total surplus security for Policy- 
holders, - - • 1,298,896 00 

Or $1.40 of security for 
every dollar of liability 
to Policyholders. J P 
Oram, 88 Brock. 

Conlan Edward, stonecutter, 92 
William 

Conlan John, tailor, 112 William 

Conley Mrs Elizabeth, [wid Jas] 
Bagot 

Conley Henry, clerk, 52 Place 
d'Armes 

Conley James, confectioner, Duf- 
ferin 

Conley John, plumber, 368 Divi- 
sion 

Conley Mrs Rebecca, [wid Wm] 
laundress, 868 Division 



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Conley Samuel, mason, 868 Divi- 
sion 
Conley Thomas, trade instructor, 

KP 318 Earl 
Connell J 0, M A, M D, 254 

King e 
Connell Wm, machinist, 19 West 
Connolly Michael, contractor, 197 

King e 
Connolly Mrs Mary, Victoria 
Connor James, cabinet maker, 

354 Brock 
Connor J, carpenter, 72 Charles 
Connor J, carpenter, 21 Charles 
Connor Thomas, pianomaker, 16 

Quebec 
Counor Wm, 354 Brock 
Connors Frederick, carpenter, 

865 Brock 
Connors John, moulder, 114 

Johnston 
Conroy M, grocer. 8 Market Sq, 

h 28 Ellice 
Conroy Patrick, 28 Ellice 
Constantino John, architect, 133 

Union w 
Conway Frank, gen'l freight 

and passenger agent K & P, 65 

William 
Cooke Kev A W, rector St Luke's 

680 Princess 
Cooke Chas H, laborer, 76 York 
Cook E A, clerk, 680 Princess 
Cooke F W, accountant, 346 

University ave 
Cooke J B, grocer, 213 Montreal 
Cooke Jervis, clerk, 67 Sydenham 
Cook John, engineer, 16 Place 

d'Armes 
Cooke Thos, laborer, 116 Barrack 
Cook Wm, driver, 202 Colborne 
Cooney Patrick, laborer, 219 Earl 



Cooper Mrs Isabella (wid John 

George), 336 Division 
Cooper Jas, loomfixer, 85 Charles 
Cooper John, 80 Arch 
Cooper Richard, carter, Durham 
Cooper Thos, gardener, Victoria 
Corbett C H, governor jail 
Corbett John, hardware, 95 Prin- 
cess, h 104 Clergy 
Corbett Wm, tinsmith, 413 Prin- 
cess 
Corby Mrs Gladys (wid Henry), 

328 University ave 
Corkey John, sailor, 208 King e 
Corkey Malcolm, laborer, 81 

Queen 
Corkey Michael, boarding, 81 

Queen 
Cormack John, caretaker Queen's 

University, 51 Arch 
Cornelius John, sailor, 167 Queen 
Corrigan Daniel, 68 Bagot 
Corrigan Daniel H, 464 Division 
Corrigan John, storeman, 111 

Ontario 
Corrigan M P, (Cousineau, 
Quinn & Corrigan), 176 Clergy 
Corrigan Patrick, laborer. North 
Corrigan R S, carriagemaker, 355 

Division 
Corrigan Thos, laborer, 113 On- 
tario 
Corrigan Wm. pilot, 15 Ontario, 

railway cottages 
Costello Alex, moulder, Stephen 
Costello Samuel, laborer, Stephen 
Copley Francis S, traveler, 180 
Clergy 

Copley Thomas, carpenter, 288 

Queen 
Copley Wm, traveler, 180 Clergy 

Cotman Geo, laborer, 91 Elm 

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Cotter Mrs Fanny (wid J L), 331 

Earl 
Cotter John, carder, 240 Eontreal 
Cottle Mrs L P, 146 Barrie 
Cotton Lieut-Ool W H, 

commandant "A" battery, res 

Barracks 
Coughlin Mrs Jas, nurse, 20 Col- 
borne 
Coulsou Jas, diver, 102 Barrie 
Coulthart Richard, machinist, 53 

William 
Counter Geo, clerk, 105 Colborue 
Countryman Thos, currier, 297 

Montreal 
Couper Mrs Agnes (wid James), 

772 Princess 
Couper Daniel, (John Ward 

& Co), h 776 Princess 
Cousineau, Quinn & Cor- 

rig'an, dry goods and clothing 

78-80 Princess 
Coward Mrs Eleanor (wid John), 

325 Brock 
Coward M W, salesman, 325 

Brock 
Coward Wm, head baker K P, 

227 University Ave 
Cowdy James, cabinetmaker, 65 

Cherry 
Cowdy Thos, carpenter, 11 St 

Catharine 
Cowdy Wm, builder, 128 Clar- 
ence 
Cowie Mrs Hannah (wid Thos), 

23 John 
Cowie Robt, carpenter, 21 John 
Cowman Richard, engineer, 29 

James 
Coyle Edward, salesman. Bala- 
clava and Redan 
Coyle Jas, salesman, bds Windsor 

Hotel 



Coyle John, cab driver, 23 Bala- 
clava 
Coyle Mrs Rose, 23 Balaclava 
Craig Adam, teamster, 10 Alfred 
Craig J A, policeman, 63 Young 
Craig James, coppersmith, 153 

Bagot 
Craig John, conductor, Barrack 
Craig Mrs John. 204 King e 
Craig Miss Sarah, 23 Arch 
Craig Wm. carpenter, Albert 
Craig Wm Q, (A Gunn & Co), 

h 32 Ontario 
Crammand Mrs Elizabeth (wid 

David), 300 University ave 
Crate Thos, clerk, British -Ameri- 
can Hotel 
Crawford Anthony, 124 Division 
Crawford Mrs Elizabeth, 4 Vine 
Crawford Geo, grocer, 329 Di- 
vision 
Crawford Harry, clerk, 47 James 
Crawford James, grocer, 182 

Princess, h 324 Division 
Crawford James, laborer, 47 
Crawford John, cutter, 433 Brock 
Crawford Robert, wood and 
coal, foot Queen and 300 King 
w, h 24 Barrie 
Crawford Samuel, coal dealer, 

124 Division 
Crawford Wm, carpenter, 110 

Barrack 
Creeggan George, mihtary tailor, 

14 Main 
Creighton Geo, printer. Mack 
Creighton G W, accountant, 15 

Mack 
Creighton Mack, printer. Mack 
Creighton Robert, accountant K 

P, 129 Union w 
Creik Mrs Mary, (wid Andrew) 
66 Arch 



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Crellian Edward, boilermaker, 41 
Charles 

Crellian Wm, laborer, 9 Sixth 

Crevolin Mrs Henry, 7 Victoria 
terrace, Montreal 

Criddiford John, hairdresser, 71 
Clarence 

Cristoe Robert, bookbinder, 194 
Bagot 

Crookall C G, ledger-keeper, 
Merchants Bank, bds 132 Wel- 
lington 

Crosby C E, shoemaker, 237 Earl 

Crothers Hutchison,(H& W 
J. Crothers) h 207 Wehington 

Qrothers H & W J biscuit 
aud confectionery manufactur- 
ers, 207-209 Wellington 

Crothers Mrs Mary, laundress. 67 
Chatham 

Crothers W J, (H & W J 
Crothers) h 179 Earl 

Crowley C W, laborer, 110 Ord- 
nance 

Crowley John, carter, 373 John- 
ston 

Crowley W J, salesman, Alfred & 
Johnston 

Crowley John, sailor, 67 Bay 

Crozier James, laborer, 9 Ellice 

Crozier Mrs Mary, (wid Thos) 
166 Rideau 

Crumley Alex, baker, Quebec . 

Crumley Bros, staple & fancy 

dry goods, 94 Princess 

Crumley Edward, (Crumley 

Bros) h 61 Union w 
Crumley H S, (Crumley Bros) 

bds 91 Young 
Crumley Hugh, carpenter, 50 

Union w 



Crumley W H, 
Union w 



salesman, 50 



Cruse Mrs George, Centre 
Cruse John, laborer, Albert 

Cruse Wm H, clerk, Albert 

Crysler Joseph E, hostler, 16 
Alma 

Cudmore John, laborer, 59 Wil' 
liam 

Cullen James, boilermaker, 63 
Queen 

Cullen John, laborer, Albert 

Cullen Patrick, laborer, 829 Mon- 
treal 

Cullen Wm, engineer, 31 James 

Cumming Mrs Caroline, (wid Geo) 
472 Johnston 

Cunningham Chas, confectioner, 
11 King w 

Cunningham, David, M D, 
B A, C M, 157 Sydenham 
Cunningham Daniel, ship car- 
penter, 51 Bay 

Cunningham David, grocer, 180 
Bagot 

Cunningham David, compositor, 
180 Bagot 

Cunningham H, traveler, 151 
Sydenham 

Cunningham Henry, The 
Chown & Cunningham Co, h 
167 Earl 

Cunningham John, sewing mach- 
ines, 346 King e 

Cunningham Miss, music teacher, 
9 King w 

Cunningham Samuel, 18 Deacon 

Cunningham Thomas, boots 
& shoes, 267 Princess 

Cunningham W H, currier, Rid- 
eau 

Cunningham Wm, piano tuner 22 
George 

Cunningham W J, watchmaker, 
346 King e 



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Cunningham W J, foreman knit- 
ting mill, 36 Frontenac 
Cunningnam W J, inspector Bell 

Tel Co, Bay 
Curragh James, mechanic, 117 

Barrack 
Curtis Miss Bridget, 223 Wel- 
lington 
Curtis, C L, MD, 138 WeUington 
Curtis Frederick, mason, 21 Ellice 
Curtis Patrick, shoemaker, 103 

Gore 
Cushion Thos, laborer, 28 Alma 
Daily and Weekly British 
"Whig, E J B Pense, prop, 
334-33(5 King e 

Daily and Weekly News, 
L W Shannon, prop, 67 Prin- 
cess 
Dainty Chas, ins agent, Victoria 
Dales J W, teacher, 230 Division 
Dalton & Strange, (W B Dalton, 
J M Strange) wholesale hard- 
ware, 1 43 Princess 
Dalton Wm, (Dalton & Strange) 

h 138 Johnston 
Daly Augustus, clerk, 238 Uni- 
versity ave 
Daly Mrs C B, 298 University ave 
Daley James, agent, 54 Rideau 
Daley James, printer, 96 Bagot 
Daly Justus, 238 University ave 
Daley P J, (Cicolari & Daley) h 

96 Bagot 
Daley W J, grocer, 844 Princess 
Darby Wm C, accountant, 364 

Johnston 
D'Arcy Mrs Jane, (wid Robert) 

87 Wellington 
D'Arcy R J, clerk, P 0, 87 Wel- 
lington 
Darragh Alexander, 681 Montreal 



Darragh George, carpenter, 689 

Montreal 
Darragh John, guard K P, 202 

Alfred 
Dartnell Edward, Mack 
David Mrs Mary, Markland 
Davidson And, contractor, 235 

Queen 
Davidson Miss Annie, teacher, 

235 Queen 
Davidson Bryce T, bookkeeper, 

368 Barrie 
Davidson Chas S, fireman, 208 

Sydenham 
Davidson John, guard, K A, 228 

Earl 
Davidson Robert, contractor, 254 

University ave 
Davidson T, instructor, K P, 49 

Pembroke 
Davidson Walter, moulder, 180 

Bagot 
Davidson Wm, printer, 61 Charles 
Davis E R, guard, K P, Living- 
ston ave 
Davis Francis, contractor, 265 

University ave 
Davis Geo, ship carpenter, Cor- 

rigan 
Davis James, boots & shoes, 269 

Princess 
Davis James, engineer, 48 Wel- 

Jington 
Davis John, blacksmith, 294 

Johnston 
Davis John, laborer, 80 York 
Davis Lewis, boilermaker, Ontario 

16 (Railway cottage) 
Davis Mrs M A, (wid James) 36 

Sydenham 
Davis Matthew R, ship builder, 

Corrigan 



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Davis Richard F, photographer, 

232 King e 
Davis Capt Robert, ship buider, 

80 Rideau 
Davis R & Son, ship builders, 

180 Rideau 

Davies Wm, carpenter, 88 Pine 
Davy Albert, laborer, 431 King e 
Davy B J, carpenter, 107 King w 
Davy Chas, carpenter. 107 King w 
Davy Mrs Charlotte (wid Benj) 

433 King e 
Davy Geo, carpenter, King w 
Davey Geo W, carpenter, 30 

Chatham 
Davy Norman, grocer, 107 

King w 
Davy Steward, carpenter, Garratt 
Davy W R, carpenter, 171 Nelson 
Daunt Joseph, 117-19 King w 
Dawson Ed, mechanic, 381 Di- 
vision 
Day Foreshaw, Prof Military Col, 

181 Division 

Day Mrs Harriett (wid Lewis), 

Victoria 
Day Herbert, tailor, 24 Cowdy 
Day S W, agent, 270 University 

ave 
Daykin Mrs Mary, 113 York 
Deacon A T, clerk P 0, bds 132 

Wellington 
Deacon Mrs Mona (wid Robt), 

King w. Willow cottage 
Dean E C, clerk, 214 Barrie 
Dean Geo, broker, 140 Union w 
Dean Mrs Margaret (wid Wm), 

214 Barrie 

Dean Wm, carpenter, 245 Queen 

DeCarteret Clement, traveler, 
Stuart 

Decker Robt, agent. Fifth 



Decker Mrs Selina (wid Remain), 

44 Division 
Decker Thos, laborer, 44 Division 
Deeks Wm, coachman, 125 Bagot 
Deeks Wm A, blacksmith, 147 

Brock, h 199 Brock 
Dehany Thos, carter, 74 Pine 
Delaney James, Russell 
Delaney Patrick, millman, Russell 
Delaney Patrick, carpenter, 777 

Montreal 
Delaney Wm, boilermaker, Rus- 
sell 
Delph James, laborer, 32 James 
Dempster David, laborer, 1 Gray's 

Lane 
Dempsey Miss Mary, r 31 John- 
ston 
Dempster Wm, stonecutter, Nel- 
son 
Denn Wm, 318 Brock 
Dennis Mrs F, grocer, 83 Colborne 
Dennison Jas, stonecutter, 50 Di- 
vision 
Dennison John C, carpenter, Bev- 
erley 
Dennison Mrs Mary (wid James), 

367 Brock 
Denny James, laborer, 236 Earl 
Derry Hugh, mason, 136 Union w 
Derry James, boilermaker, 47 

Upper William 
Derry Thos, boilermaker, 236 

Wellington 
Derry P W, moulder, 31 Union w 
Derry Wm, engineer, 286 Barrie 
Derry Wm D, mason, 104 Pine 
De St Remy Miss Elizabeth, 

teacher, 49 Gore 
DesRochers Prof J Q, music, 72 

Earl 
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Devine Jas, carter, Lansdowne 
Devlin Jas, engineer, K P, 218 

University 
Devlin Peter, hotel, 240 Ontario 
Dew Jas, laborer, 70 a Ontario 
Diamond Wm, laborer, 211 Mont- 
real 
Dicak Robt, miller, 177 Queen 
Dick D J (W J Dick & Son), h 

252 Alfred 
Dick W J (W J Dick & Son), h 

360 Brock 
Dick W J & Sou, (W J & D J) 

boots, shoes, trunks and valises 

168 Princess 
Dick W R, accountant, 279 Bagot 
Dickinson Robt, carpenter, 155 

Raglan 
Dicks Geo, carriagetrimmer, 36 

EUice 
Dickson Mrs Anne (wid John M 

D), 176 Johnston 
Dickson C T, accountant, inland 

rev, 179 Alfred 
Dickson James, blacksmith, 24 

Charles 
Dickson John, shoemaker, 306 

Ontario 
Dickson John H, engineer, 34 

Division 
Dicky G B, patternmaker, 199 

Colborne 
Dillon Jas, clerk, 171 Clergy 
Dillon Joseph & Son (Joseph & 

James E), boots and shoes. 111 

Princess 
Dine Mark, laborer, 92 Gore 
Dine Mrs Maria (wid Charles), 92 

Gore 
Dine Philip, boilermaker, 128 

Queen 
Dinney Jos, tel repairer, Hickson 

Ave 



Dinsmore Chas, quarryman, Rus- 
sell 

Diplock Misses, 14 Colborne 

Dix Capt Jas, 227 Earl 

Dix Capt Joseph, White Oak, 
Nelson 

Dixon Mrs Ann [wid John] 8 Bay 

Dobbs F W, 3 Hale's cottages, 
King w 

Dobbs R S, retired, 195 Johnston 

Dobson Mrs M, 112 Ordnance 

Dodd Mrs Geo, 387 Earl 

Dodd Wm, blacksmith, Stephen 

Dodd Mrs Eliza [wid Robt] , 203 
William 

Dodds John, fireman, r 51 Bar- 
rack 

Dodds John, engineer, 415 King e 

Doherty Mrs Agnes [wid Edward] 
296 Barrie 

Dolan Joseph, bookkeeper, 219 
Princess 

Dolan Martin, harnessmaker, 219 
Princess 

Dolan Michael, harnessmaker, 219 
Princess 

Dolphin John, machinist, 23 Uni- 
versity ave 

Dominion Express Co, J F 
Swift, agent. King, cor Clar- 
ence 

Donaldson Geo, porter, British- 
American hotel 

Donaldson James S, builder, 25 
John 

Doney Luke, hotel, 83 Brock 

Donnelly David, ship carpenter, 
King w 

Donnelly Capt John, 118 Well- 
ington 

Donnelly Capt John jr, wrecker, 
bds City hotel 



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Donnelly Matthew, collector, 89 

York 
Donnelly Sanford, engineer, 141 

Montreal 
Donnelly Mrs Sarah [wid Felix] , 

221 University ave 
Donnelly Capt Thos, steamboat 

inspector, 195 University ave 
Donoghue Mrs Catharine ^ [wid 

Daniel] , 293 Ontario 
Donoghue Daniel, baker, 228 

Wellington 
Donoghue Mrs John, 3 Gray's 

Lane 
Donoghue Mrs Margaret [wid 

Eichard] , 285 Wellington 
Donoghue Michael, laborer, r 162 

Bagot 
Donoghue Peter, laborer, 265 

Wellington 
Donoghue P W, clerk, 130 Di- 
vision 
Donoghue T J, traveler, 93 Queen 
Donovan Mrs Catharine [wid 

Timothy] , 394 Brock 
Donovan Cornelius, laborer, 72 

North 
Donovan Daniel, harnessmaker, 

58 Bay 
Doolan Daniel, laborer, 125 Queen 
Doolau Mrs Ann, (wid Daniel) 

125 Queen 
Doolan Jeremiah, laborer, 94 

Rideau 
Doolan John, laborer, Bagot 
Doolan John, laborer, 125 Queen 
Doolan Timothy, hotel, 324 King e 
Dooley James, shoemaker, 150 

Ordnance 
Doran Miss, 64 Barrie 
Doran B & Co, millinery etc, 126 

Princess 



Doran M, office hours 9 to 12 
am, 2 to 4 p m, 29 Ontario, h 
437 King w 
Dorland Mrs W E, 239 Division 
Dougall Alfred, ship carpenter, 10 

Rideau 
Dougall Louis, laborer, 1 Pine 
Dougall Mrs Martha, grocer, 1 

Pine 
Dougherty Mrs Elizabeth, (wid 

John) 99 Elm 
Dougherty Wm, laborer, 99 Elm 
Douglas Brice, bricklayer, Nelson 
Douglas Hugh, mason, 41 Main 
Douglas James, mason, Nelson 
Douglas Miss Mary, teacher. 

Nelson 
Douglas Robert, clerk. Nelson 
Douglas Wm, tailor, 4 Garratt 
Doutney Mrs, Hickson ave 
Dow George, sectionman, Rideau 
Downey David, driver, 70 Wel- 
lington 
Downey Mrs Ellen, 51 John 
Downing James, 178 University 

ave 
Downing Joseph, student, 178 

University ave 
Downey Robert, carpenter, Albert 
Downey Robert, laborer, 245 

Montreal 
Downey Timothy, shoemaker, 188 

Bagot 
Downing Wm, shoe merchant, 

856 Brock 
Downs James, laborer, 20 Alma 
Dowsley D H, M D, 218 Johnston 
Dowsley Wm, machinist, 8 George 
Doyle Edward, carpenter. Hick- 
son ave 
Doyle Hugh, grocer, 294 Barrie 
Doyle Miss J, 41 Young 



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Doyle James, butcher, 263 Divi- 
sion 
Doyle James, guardK P, 13 Pem- 
broke 
Doyle James, butcher. Division 
Doyle John, baggageman, 693 

Montreal 
Doyle John, butcher, 768 Princess 
Doyle John, sailor, 67 York 
Doyle Michael, bartender, 219 

Montreal 
Doyle Patrick, boarding, 102 

Rideau 
Doyle Wm, hotel, 21 Brock 
Drennan Rev Alex, 222 University 

ave 
Drennan W M, dealer in fur- 
niture aud undertaker, 75 
Princess, h 118 Earl 
DriscoU Dennis, 45 Wellington 
DriscoU Dennis, carpenter, 45 

Wellington 
DriscoU Jeremiah, guard K P, 

King w 
DriscoU Patk, painter, 52 Charles 
Driver Spencer, 392 Division 
Driver Thos, appraiser customs, 

186 Queen 
Druce John, car inspector, Mont- 
real 
Drummond J A K, grain mer- 
chant, 428 Johnston 
Drummond Mrs, 355 Brock 

Drury Major W, R S G, 

res Barracks 

Drury Mrs Orpha [wid Wm] , 

898 Princess 
Drury Wm, stoves and tins, 271 

Princess 

Duff Col John, police magis- 
trate, 450 Princess 

Duffy John, laborer, Dufiferin 



Duffy Francis, foreman hosiery 
mill, 180 Barrie 

Duffy W^m, moulder, 94 William 

Dumbleton Wm, mason, Albert 

Dumphy James, 258 Queen 

Dunphy Edward, carriagepainter 
258 Queen 

Dunphy James, packer, 98 York 

Dunbar Mrs Andrew, 88 Welling- 
ton 

Dunbar Henry, 168 Bagot 

Dunbar John, merchant, 436 
Princess 

Duncan Alexander, boilermaker, 
116 Ordnance 

Dunham E H, prop Hotel 
Frontenac, 178-184 Ontario 

Dunham J E, prop British 
American Hotel, Clarence cor 
King 

Dunham W E, traveler, bds 
British American hotel 

Dunlop A M, mariner, 96 Rideau 

Dunlop A W, bookkeeper, 48 Col- 
borne 

Dunlop F G, clerk, 56 Union w 

Dunlop Miss Gertrude, 13 Mait- 
land 

Dunlop H A, fruiterer, 212 Prin- 
cess 

Dunlop James, baker, 153 Mon- 
treal 

Dunlop James M, contractor, 38 
Rideau 

Dunlop Bobert, tailor, 29 John 

Dunlop Wm, merchant tailor, 
clothier & gents' furnisher, 351 
353 King e, h 56 Union w 

Dunn Andrew, sailor, 134 Divi- 
sion 

Dunn Wm, stoves & tins, 229- 
31 Princess, h 809 Brock 

Dunnett Wm, foreman, 5 O'Kill 



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Dunnill T D, shooting gallery, 31 
Brock 

Dunoon Mrs James, Clarence 

Dupont Hippolyt, printer, 135 
Bagot 

Dupuis Charles, porter, Anglo- 
American hotel 

Dupuis Prof N F. M A, 
Queen's College, University 
Place, 144 University ave 

Dupuis Thos R, M D. MR 
C S. Eng, FRCPS, phy- 
sician and surgeon, prof clinical 
surgery, and surgeon Kingston 
Hospital, Montreal, cor Brock 

Dupuy Miss Fannie, 15 Union w 

Dupuy H S, accountant. Bank 
Montreal, 177 Alfred 

Duval Wm, M D, 144 Queen 

DuVernet Rev F H, Prof WicHff 
Col, Toronto, Centre 

Dutton Samuel, laborer, 459 
Barrie . 

Dwyer Edward, clerk, 64 Barrie 

Dwyer John, Porter, r 27 Ontario 

Dwyer Michael, 90 William 

Dyde Geo, 242 Alfred 

Dyde Hobart, partner with Red- 
den & Co, 242 Alfred 

Dyde Samuel, accountant, 242 
Alfred 

Dyde Prof Walter, Queen's Col- 
lege, 293 Alfred 

Dyde W H, James Redden & 
Co, 242 Alfred 

Easton Joseph, laborer, 232 Wel- 
lington 

Eby Joel, mill hand, 131 Alfred 

Eccles Victor, clerk. Lake View 
House 

Edgar Davifl, engineer, Cataraqui 

Edgar David, moulder, Cataraqui 

Edgar Wm, painter, 439 Barrie 



Eddington David, laborer, 36 

Colborne 
Edmond Miss, dressmaker, 64 

Brock 
Edwards C B, draughtsman. Uni- 
versity ave 
Edwards Peter, laborer, 130 

Union w 
Edwards Richard, carpenter, 78 

Division 
Egan Johti, moulder, 182 Rideau 
Eggletou Jas, laborer. 67 Bagot 
Eilbeck Robert, 112 Clarence 
Elder Andrew (Elder Bros), bds 

St Lawrence Hotel 
Elder Bros (James & Andrew), 

livery, 212 Wellington 
Elder G-eorge, prop St Law- 
rence house, Kmg, cor Queen 
Elder Geo, 413 King e 
Elder James (Elder Bros), h 281 

Bagot 
Elliott Alex, cattle dealer, 366 

Division 
Elliott Alfred, mail carrier, 84 

Johnston 
Elliott Bros, plumbers, etc, 77 

Princess 
Elliott C, groom, 72 York 
Elliott Mrs George, boarding, 85 

Queen 
Elliott J G, Editor Whig, 267 

University ave 
Elliott John, letter carrier, 110 

Queen 
Elliott John M, bookkeeper, 366 

Division 
Elliott Mrs Mary, 110 Queen 
Elhott Matthew, tinsmith, 366 

Division 
Elliottt Richard shoemaker, 523 

Princess 

Elliott Robt, 366 Division 

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Elliott Robt F, plumber, 366 Di- 
vision 
Elliott Wm, 249 University ave 
Elliott Mrs Wm, 187 Montreal 
Ellis Arthur, architect, 81 Brock 
Elmer A E, hairdresser, 72 Prin- 
cess, h 28 Division 
Elmer John, pool room, 158 Prin- 
cess 
Elmer Jos, barber, 73 Ordnance 
Elmer R H, hairdr^ser, 161 

Princess 
Elmer Thos, moulder, 229 Earl 
Elsmere Mrs Elizabeth (wid Alex) 

228 University ave 
Ely Samuel, engineer, 178 Alfred 
Emmett Maitland, engineer, 200 

Rideau 
England Thos, gardener, Regent 
English Mrs Caroline (wid David) 

87 Froutenac 
EngHsh Geo, tailor, 87 Froutenac 
English T W, painter, 87 Frou- 
tenac 
Ennis James, moulder, 11 Rideau 
Ennis Mrs Jane (wid James), 11 

Rideau 
Enright Mrs Af^ary [wid Michael] 

112 William 
Enright Michael, teamster, 45 

Chatham 
Enright Thomas, ship carpenter, 

Markland 
Erskine John, shoemaker, 90 On- 
tario 
Erwin Wm, roadmaster K & P R, 

157 Montreal 
Evans Jas, guard K P, King w, 

Newman's cottages 
Evans Mrs Geo, 327 Montreal 
Everett Mrs Harriett, 231 Bagot 
Eves Daniel, carter, 147 Ordnance 
Eves James, cabman, 378 Bagot 



Eves John, painter, Centre 
Eves Mark. 149 Ordnance 
Eves Wm, butcher, 447 Barrie 
Eves Wm, painter, 24 Ellice 
Eward Frederick, blacksmith, 384 

Princess 
Eward James, blacksmith, 240 

Division 
Eward Mrs Mary [wid Thomas] , 

240 Division 
Eward Robt, bookkeeper, 209 

Colborne 
Fahey Edward, inland rev, 158 

Bagot 
Fahey Mrs H, confectioner, 68 

Priucess 
Fair W J, insurance, 151 Well- 
ington, h 120 Barrie 
Fairbairn Wm, signalman, Hick- 

son ave 
Fairbanks Mrs Jas, 215 Earl 
Fallon Dominick, storekeeper, 214 

Princess 
Fannon Mrs Elizabeth [wid 

John] , 428 King e 
Fannon John, teamster, fire sta- 
tion 
Fannon Patrick, carter, 34 Alma 
Fannon Patrick, laborer, 38 York 
Farley Mrs, Fifth 
Farmer John, clerk, 18 Markland 
Farrell T & Co, grocers and 

liquor dealers, 39-43 Brock 
Farrell Geo, laborer, Raglan rd 
Farrell Thos, Farrell & Co, 43 

Brock 
Farrell Wm, cabdriver, bds 120 

Clarence 
Farrington Jas, 18 Wellington 
Falkner Richardson, stonecutter, 

Russell ^ 

Fee S H, M D, 405 Princess 
Fee Wm, horse dealer, 281 Queen 



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Feeney Thos, laborer, 60 Bay 

Fenwick Geo A, Fenwick, Hendry 
& Co, h 116 Bariie 

Fenwick Mrs Hannah [wid Geo] , 
Nelson 

Fenwick, Hendry & Co, wholesale 
grocers, 189 Ontario 

Fenwick K N, M D, 141 
King e 

Fenwick T M, M D, 420 
King e 

Ferguson Alex, mariner, 43 Earl 

Ferguson W, sheriff, 191 King e 

Fernell Mrs Jane, 19 O'Kill 

Ferns Miss Jane, 33 Division 

Ferrier George, machinist, 111 
Princess 

Ferris Mrs Ehza, (wid Geo) 
King w 

Ferris John V, gardener, Durham 

Ferris J P H, dairyman, 353 
Division 

Ferris Mrs Mary, boarding, 212 
King e 

Fiddler Edward, moulder, 320 
Barrie 

Fields Arthur, hairdresser, 49 
Princess 

Filtz Geo, cabinetmaker, 387 
Johnston 

Filtz Philip, carpenter, 414 John- 
ston 

Filtz Richard, mason, 417 John- 
ston 

Filtz Wm, cigarmaker, 387, John- 
ston 

Finley Mrs Alexander, 2 Chatham 
terrace, Chatham 

Finley Alexander I, bricklayer, 2 
Chatham terrace, Chatham 

Fisher John, carpenter, 120 Albert 

Fisher John, carpenter, 418 John- 
ston 



Fisher Joseph, flour & feed, 
43 Princess, h 328 Johnston 

Fisher Moses, tailor, 21 Fronte- 
nac 

Fitzgerald Mrs Catharine, (wid 
Patrick), 102 Ontario 

Fitzgerald James, laborer, 30 Up- 
per William 

Fitzgerald James, engineer, 377 
Earl 

Fitzgerald James, laborer, 81 
York 

Fitzpatrick Mrs Mary, 38 Main 

Fitzpatrick Michael, laborer, 38 
Main 

Flannigan A J, 421 Princess 

Flannigan John, laborer, 184 
Bagot 

Flanagan, M E, florist, 82 Barrie 

Flanagan Michael, city clerk, 

82 Barrie 
Flanagan Patrick, engineer, 126 

Ordnance 
Flannigan Patrick, laborer, Rag- 
lan rd 
Flanagan Thomas, cabman. 111 

Wilham 
Flanagan W L, machinist, 82 

Barrie 
Fleming George, engineer, 2 

Brewery Lane 
Flemming James, mariner, 57 

Division 
Fleming W J, V S, 110 Clarence 
Flemming W J, laborer, 71 York 
Fletcher Charles E, plumber, bds 

132 Wellington 
Fletcher Daniel, pedlar, 81 Queen 
Fletcher Prof John, M A, res 

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Fletcher, quarryman, Concession 

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Flett A G, merchant tailor, 214 

Princess, h 74 Colborne See 

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Flint Thos, laborer, 149 Raglan 

Floody Alexander, teamster, 38 

James 
Foden James, mechanic, 222 

Sydenham 
Fokes'E J, hairdresser, 223 Prin- 
cess, h 57 Colborne 
Foley Michael, carter, 97 Earl 
Folger Bros, private bankers, On- 
tario cor Clarence 
Folger B W, 221 King e 
Folger, F A, ticket agent, Ontario 
cor Clarence, h 15 Sydenham 
Folger Fred Jr, Ass'st Supt, K & 

P R R, 116 Rideau 
Folger Henry M, Emily 
Folger Mrs Laura, (wid Fred) 13 

Sydenham 
Follest Wm, gardener, 170 Nelson 
Forbes Wm, sailor, 429 Barrie 
Forbes Mrs Wm, 429 Barrie 
Ford Bros, tanners, 316 King e 
FordR M, (Ford Bros) h 84 

Barrie 
Ford Wm, 211 Queen 
Ford W D, (Ford Bros) h 191 

Brock ■ 
Forder Mrs, 150 Colborne 
Forrester Augustus, bartender 114 

Johnston 
Forrest James, clerk, 10 Ontario 
Forrest Wm carpenter, 10 Ontario 
Forrest Mrs Maria, (wid Donald) 

146 Queen 
Forrest Wm, laborer, 10 Ontario 
Forrest Wm, 29 Upper William 
Forsythe Francis, .mariner, 50 

Bay 
Forsythe, J B, 175 Clergy 



Fowler Mrs Clara, (wid Wm) 307 

Barrie 
Fowler Fife, M D, 249 Brock 
Fowler Prof James, M A, Queen's 

College 121 Union w 
Fowler Mrs Jane, (wid John) 321 

Johnston 
Fowler Miss Mary, 130 King e 
Fowler Thos, bottler, bds 48 

Princess 
Fox Frank, carpenter, bds 270 

Princess 
Fox Wm, stonecutter, 341 Divi- 
Francis John, shoemaker, Colhng- 

wood 
Francis Lewis, ladder maker, 7 

Siracoe,h 226 Earl 
Franklin C D, flour & feed, 16 

Market Sq, h 94 Earl 
Franklin Joseph, flour & feed 

112 Princess, h 17 Sydenham 
Fralick C E, traveler, 282 Uni- 
versity ave 
Eraser Calvin, driver, Colling- 

wood 
Eraser Mrs Catharine, (wid Hugh) 

133 King 
Eraser David, mechanic, Beverley 
Eraser Donald, private banker, 

342 King e, h 169 King e 
Eraser Mrs Hector, 107 Ordnance 
Fraser Homer, blacksmith, 20 

Young 
Fraser John, carpenter, 55 Col- 
borne 
Fraser Bt-Major, John, R S 

G, res Barracks 
Fraser Capt Samuel, (str Scotia) 

97 Queen 
Fraser S P, merchant tailor, 175 

Princess 
Fraser Wm, carriage maker, 212 

Queen 



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Fraser Wm, carpenter, 402 Mon- 
treal 

Frasso Joseph, restaurant, 314 
Princess 

Free Mrs Ann, (wid Thomas) 434 
King e 

Free John, brakesman, 56 Char- 
les 

Free Robert, mason, 94 Division 

Friendship John, gardener, Vic- 
toria 

Friendship Miss Mary, grocer, 38 
Division 

Friendship Thomas, 38 Division 

Frizzell Alexander, 309 Montreal 

Frizzell Robert, shoemaker, 309 
Montreal 

Frontenac Lead, Mining and 
Smelting Co, River 

Frontenac Loan & Invest- 
ment Society, Thos Briggs, 
manager, 87 Clarence 

Frost A G, painter, 38 Frontenac 

Frost Edward, laborer, 5 York 

Frost Wm, carriagemaker, 5 York 

Funnell David, carpenter, end 
Montreal 

Funnell David John, engineer, 
175 Montreal 

Funnell Robert, pianomaker, 230 
Princess 

Funnell Rozelle V, M D, 
M, 230 Pnucess 

Funnell Thomas, conductor, 188 
Rideau 

Gaffield Nathaniel, traveler, 228 
Johnston 

Gage Benj, driver, 157 Pine 

Gallagher Mrs Catharine [wid 
Francis] , 67 Queen 

Gallagher Ernest, engineer, 250 
Barrie 



Gallagher Francis J, laborer, 67 
Queen 

Gallagher John, laborer, 325 
Johnston 

Gallagher John J, painter, 224 
Montreal 

Gallagher Michael, hostler, Mark- 
land 

Gallagher Mrs M J [wid Emanuel] 
229 Wellington 

Gallagher Mrs, Markland 

Gallagher Thomas, laborer, 206 
Montreal 

Gallagher Thos, superintendent, 
104 Barrack 

Gallagher Wm, cabman, 56 Bay 

Gallagher Wm, carpenter, Russell 

Galhnger Alex, contractor, 332 
University ave 

Gallivan Mrs Ann [wid John] , 
285 Alfred 

Gallivan Daniel, laborer, 476 Di- 
vision 

Gallivan Jas, engineer, 42 O'Kill 

Gallivan John, laborer. Miller's 
Lane 

Gallivan Michael, carter, 45 Rag- 
lan rd 

Gallivan Thos, sailor, 34 Charles 

Galloway James, bookkeeper, 91 
Young 

Galloway James sr, hatter 

and furrier, 84 Princess 
Galloway John, laborer, Patrick 
Galloway Thos, tailor, 73 Pine 
Gamble Geo, laborer, 24 Chatham 
Gance Jerod, laborer, 36 Upper 

William 
Ganeau Frank, laborer, 11 John 
Garape Mrs Catharine [wid Chas] 

29 Ontario 
Garbutt D J, real estate agent, 

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GarbuttD J, locksmith. 293 Prin- 
cess 

Gardiner Frank, driver, American 
Express Co 

Gardiner James, 188 Ordnance 

Gardiner Mrs Jane H [wid Jas] , 
311 Queen 

Gardiner John A, division 
court bailiff, 273 Bagot, h 307 
University ave 

Garpy Joseph, stonecutter, 307 
Johnston 

Garrett Mrs Carohne [wid Rich] , 
112 Johnston 

Garrett Francis, ColHngwood 

Garrett Capt Win, Spartan, 281 
Alfred 

Garrett R W, M D, 62 John- 
ston 

Garvin E, caretaker, inland rev, 
Market Sq 

Garvin Michael, laborer,' 101 
Rideau 

Garvey Miss, A 3 Young 

Gascoyne Joseph, engineer, 166 
Raglan 

Gaskin Capt J, outside manager 
M T Co, Ontario, cor Princess 

Gaskin Thos, clerk, customs, 244 
University ave 

Gates Abel, laborer, 274 Earl 

Gates Francis, mason, Victoria 

Gates Lieut I G, S A, 199 Well- 
ington 

Gates Wm, carpenter, 322 John- 
ston 

Gates Wm J, foreman, Hickson 

Gaudet Lieut F M, R S G, 
res Barracks 

Gavine Wm, ropemaker, Victoria 

Gaw Robert, carpenter, 191 Uni- 
versity ave 

Gaw Samuel, 109 Union e 



Gawley Mrs Sarah [wid Richard] , 
383 Princess 

Geach John, boilermaker, 228 
Sydenham 

Geale Mrs Eliza Ann [wid Thos] 
432 Brock 

Geale John, 90 Division 

Geale John, solicitor, 432 Brock 

Geary Edward, 380 Earl 

Geary Geo, machinist, ColHng- 
wood 

Gee David, plumber, 61 George 

Gee John, 61 George 

Genge Richard, laborer, 255 Earl 

Gemmell Wm, Stuart 

George F W, tailor, 1 Chatham 
terrace, Chatham 

George Joseph, organ manufac- 
turer, 112-14 Gore, h 28 Well- 
ington 

Geoghegan John, master mariner, 
266 WelUngton 

Geoghegan Wm, pianomaker, On- 
tario, 1 Railway cottages 

Germaine Edmund, currier, 18 
Charles 

German W, laborer, 244 Earl 

Gibb Wm, engineer, 86 Union e 

Gibbs John, laborer, Victoria 

Gibbs Mrs Mary [wid Robt] , 49 
Division 

Gibson David, grocer, 345 
Princess, h 461 Princess 

Gibson Jas, 122 Union w 

Gibson Jas C, student, 461 Prin- 
cess 

Gibson Thos W, contractor, 458 
Division 

Gibson Wm H, agent, 601 Prin- 
cess 

Giddings Walter, mason, Nelson 
Gilbert John, grocer, 194 Barrie 



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Gilbert Rich, traveler, 459 Prin- 
cess 

Gilchrist Adam, man loco works, 
84 Gore 

Gilchrist Mrs Elizabeth [wid 
John] , 309 Earl 

Gildersleeve C F, steamboat 
owner, 40 Clarence, h 45 Kings 

Gildersleeve H H, gen traffic 
manager Lake Ontario and Bay 
of Quinte steamboat Co, 45 
King e 

Gildersleeve Miss L, 264 King e 

GILDERSLEEVE J P, Gen- 
eral Insurance Agent 
[Fire, Life, Marine, Ac- 
cidens and Guarantee] , 
Railway Ticket Agent, 
Steamship Ticket Agent 
[Allan, Dominion, Oun- 
ard, Inman, Anchor, Red 
Star and other lines]; 
Issuer of Marriage Lic- 
enses, Notary Public, 42 
Clarence, h 45 Gore 

Gilgan Patrick, laborer, Hickson 
ave 

Gill Mrs Catharine [wid Robt] , 
429 Brock 

Gill Wm, accountant, 250 Barrie 

Gillen & Gillen, architects, 233 
Bagot, cor Brock 

Gillen Thos, student, 396 Prin- 
cess 

Gillespie David, laborer, 147 Pine 

Gillespie James, guard K A, 117 
Albert 

Gillie Jas, engineer, 235 Earl 

Gilmore Geo, mason, 260 John- 
ston 

Gilmour Robt, letter carrier, 449 
Barrie 



Gilmore Saml, laborer, 25 Upper 

William 
Gilmore Wallace, carpenter, 41 

James 
Girey Edward, spinner, 16 George 
Girey John, trader, 16 George 
Gissiug Albert A, coal oil dealer. 

Stephen 
Givens Chas, laborer, Beverley 
Givens Mrs Charlotte [wid Chris- 
topher] , 2S6 Barrie 
Givens John, mariner, Beverley 
Givens R|G, carpenter, 236 Barrie 
Givens Mrs Susan, (wid George) 

170 Bagot 
Glancey Mrs M A, [wid Alex] 

Bagot 
Glasgow Robert, currier, 390 

Montreal 
Glazier Ezekiel, carter. Orchard 
Gleason Mrs Ann, [wid James] 

101 Johnston 
Gleeson Miss E, dressmaker, 258 

King e 
Gleeson John, pork dealer. 111 

Brock 
Gleeson John, ice dealer, 123 

King w 
Gleason Miss Mary, r 31 Johnston 
Glenn Miss Carrie, dressmaker, 

51 John 
Flidden Wm, license inspector, 

295 University ave 
Globe Hotel, N Hyde, prop, 298- 

300 Ontario 
Glover Albert, mason, 110 Clar- 
ence 
Godfrey Rev Jas, 216 University 
Godfrey Wilson, laborer, 4 Pine 
Godwin Enoch, ins agent, 

101 Pine 
Godwin Mrs Matilda, [wid James] 

39 Gore 



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tish American Fire As- 
surance Co, [Toronto] ; 
Guardian Fire and Life 
Assurance Co. [London, 
Eng] ; London Assurance 
Co, Fire, [London, Eng] , 
W. H. Godwin, prop, 
Fraser's Arcade, No. 344 
King, e 

Godwin J M, laborer, 39 Gore 

Godwin W H, prop Godwin's 
Insurance Emporium, Fraser's 
Arcade, 344 King e,h 110 Pine 

Goodearle C, scavenger, 38 Main 

Goodearle Humphrey, cabinet- 
maker, 268 University ave 

Goodearle Humphrey, machinist, 
268 University ave 

Goodearle J A, clerk, 251 Univer- 
sity ave 

Goodearle Capt John, mariner, 
157 Bagot 

Goodfellow Henry, mail clerk, 
228 Division 

Goodfellow J A, student, 228 Di- 
vision 

Goodheart Mrs Jane, [wid John] 
17 West 

Goodman John, laborer, 228 
Sydenham 

Goodman Michael, mason, 20 
Wade's lane 

Goodman Michael, laborer, Bagot 

Goodwin Prof. W L, D So, Alice 

Gordon George, teamster, 34 
Union 

Gordon James, laborer, 25 Arch 



Gordon John, mason, 278 Divis- 
ion 

Gordon Robert, mason, Conces- 
sion 

Gordon Wm, laborer, 67 Charles 

Gordon W S, city assessor, 
240 Alfred 

Gorham Mrs A, ladies' furnisher, 
73 Brock, h Frontenac 

Gorman Daniel, laborer, 886 
Princess 

Gorman Daniel, carter, 8 John 

Gorman James, Montreal 

Gorman Matthew, bartender Mon- 

Gorman Patrick, carpenter, 576 
Montreal 

Gormley Mrs James, 243 Colborne 

Gormley James, laborer, Dufferin 

Goudreau Z, grocer, 54-6 Ontario 

Gould C S, manager Orphans' 
Home, Union w 

Gould Henry, machinist, 36 Union 

Gould John, caretaker, Sydenham 
Central School 

Gourdier Louis, wood carver, 135 
Ordnance 

Gow W, 334, Montreal 

Gow Walter, watchman, 331 Mon- 
treal 

Gowan James, sailmaker, 123 
Bagot 

Gowan R W, laborer, 9 Pine 

Gowdy James, butcher, 252 On- 
tario, h 160 Sydenham 

Gowdy John, 32 Wellington 

Gowdy Robert, Sydenham cor 
Queen 

Goyette Charles, engineer, 10 Rid- 
eau 

Grady Michael, contractor, 68 
Earl 

Graham Christopher, builder, 185 
Union w 



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Graham Edward, 393 Brock 

Graham James, carpenter, 145 
Ordnance 

Graham John, plumber, 141 Nel- 
son 

Graham John, gardener, 141 
Nelson 

Graham John, painter, 288 Queen 

Graham John, 142 Union w 

Graham Joseph, mariner, 141 
Nelson 

Graham Mrs Mary, [wid Thos] 
182 Queen 

Graham Robert, shoemaker, 395 
Princess 

Graham Mrs Phoebe, [wid Wm] 
256 Earl 

Graham Thos, grain shoveller, 41 
Pine 

Graham Wm, boilermaker, 36 
Main 

Grahen Thomas, hide dealer, 87 
Charles 

Grainger Edgerton, cabinetmaker 
283 Queen 

Grand All Wool Clothing 
House, McNanghtou, & Co, 
props, 191 Princess 

Grand Union Clothing Co, 
(Roney & Van Luveu) 122 Prin- 
cess 

Grant Alex, laborer, 40 Division 

Grant Very Rev George 
Munro, M A, D D, Principal 
&Vice Chancellor Queen's Col- 
lege and University, res Col- 
lege 

Grant Henry, laborer, 48 Princess 

Grant Thomas, boilermaker, Nel- 
son 

Grant W, driver, 240 Colborne 

Grass Charles, Albert 



Gratton John, laborer, 298 Wel- 
lington 
Grattou Jos, weigher, 67 Union 
Gravelle Oliver, salesman, 8 Col- 
lege 
Graves Sidney, coaahman, 57 

George 
Graves Stephen A, clerk, 28 Elm 
Graves Thos R, blacksmith, 57 

Chatham 
Graves W D, clerk, 573 Princess 
Gray David G, salesman, 269 

Sydenham 
Gray E, laborer, Victoria 
Gray George, laborer, 269 Syden- 
ham 
Gray J F, moulder, 886 Princess 
Gray John, mason, Albert 
Gray John, sailor, Russell 
Gray S G, salesman, 9 Redan 
Gray Wm, laborer, 271 Sydenham 
Great North Western Tele- 
graph Co, James Kearns, 
manager, 34 Clarence 
Greaves Mrs Edwin, 345 Division 
Greaza Chas N, clerk, 289 Queen 
Greaza Miss Emma, milliner, 201 

Wellmgtou 
Green Mrs Chas, 260 Sydenham 
Green Chas, machinist, Albert 
Green Chas, laborer, 260 Syden- 
ham 
Green, George, fireman, Bagot 
Green James, boss spinner, 12 

Charles 
Green John, butcher, 99 Earl 
Green Mrs Maria, (wid Lewis) 

Bagot 
Green Robert, fireman, Bagot 
Green Samuel, butcher, 264 Prin- 
cess h Bath rd 
Green Mrs Wra, dressmaker, 46 
Charles 

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Greenwood, J A, confectioner, 
274 Princess 

Greenwood, J C, (Greenwood & 
McGuire) h 272 Princess 

Greenwood & McGuire, marble 
dealers. Queen cor Bagot 

Greenwood N T, confectioner, 
157 Princess 

Greer John, watchman, 323 Mon- 
treal 

Green Roger, laborer, 327 John- 
ston 

Greer Samuel, engineer, 821 
Montreal 

Greet T Y, manager Ontario 
Bank, h 98 Barrie 

Grimason Mrs Eliza, (wid Henry) 
437 Princess 

Grimason Thos, inland revenue, 
437 Princess 

Grimshaw Delos, hay merchant, 
299 Wellington 

Grimshaw Delos, carpenter, 284 
Division 

Griffin Gilbert, 63 West 

Griffin Joseph, laborer, 215 Mon- 
treal 

Griffith Rev D., pastor Sydenham 
Street Church, 181 Wilham 

Grogan John, laborer, 186 Barrie 

Gruber George, cigarmaker, 196 
Bideau 

Grundy Wm, sexton, Sydenham 

Grunden Wm, carpenter, Division 

Guess Leighton, Opera saloon, 
210 Princess 

Guess Wellington, farmer, 317 
Johnston 

Guild Mrs Christiana, (wid Andr) 
Bagot 

Guild John, grocer, 78 Bay 

Gurry Daniel, conductor, Mark- 
land 



Guiry Edward, carpenter, 125 

Bagot 
Guirey John, engineer, 190 Rideau 
Guirey Wm, laborer. 125 Bagot 
Gunn Alex, (A Gunn & Co) h 

Johnston cor Clergy 
Gunn A & Co, (A Gunn, Sam- 
uel Harper, Wm G Craig), 
wholesale grocers, 125-7 On- 
tario 
Gunn Daniel, laborer. Nelson 
Gunn John B, laborer, Jarqes cor 

Patrick 
Gunn Mrs Sarah, James cor Pat- 
rick 
Gunn Walter, laborer, 85 Rideau 
Guy Mrs Louisa, (wid Zachariah) 

196 Colborne, 
Haaz Anton, vinegar man'f, 132 

Ontario, h 103 Johnston 
Hackett Joseph, carter, 278 Wel- 
Haffner Christian, butcher, 240 

Princess 
Hafifner Eckhardt, butcher, Dur- 
ham 
Haffner George, mason, Durham 
Haffner Hiram, milkman, Albert 
Haffner Mrs Mary, (wid John) 

Albert 
Haffner P, barber, h 346 Princess 
Hagerty Miss Annie, teacher, 105 

Queen 
Hagerty Mrs Ellen, [wid Daniel] 
105 Queen 

Hague Geo E, manager Mer- 
chants Bank, res bank 

Hague Lawrance, clerk, Mer- 
chants Bank, bds 183 Welling- 
ton 

Haines & Lockett, W A Van 

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Halbeck Mrs Barbara, laundress, 
15 Young 

Hales Mrs Mary, (wid Wm) 828 
Alfred 

Haley Thomas, grocer, 4G John- 
ston 

Halfner Philip, grocer, Montreal 
cor Bay 

Hall A W, agent, 271 Brock 

Hall David, plumber, 234 Alfred 

Hall George, blacksmith, 94 Bay 

Hall John, city fireman 270 On- 
tario 

Hall Thos, moulder, 3 Sixth 

Hall Wm, carter, Barrack 

Halladay Edward, The Hub, 
22-24 Market Sq 

Hallett Charles, moulder, 214 
Alfred 

Mallett Mrs Susan, wid (Samuel) 
214 Barrie 

Halligan J A, J Halligan & Co, 
395 Brock 

Halligan John, clerk, 395 Brock 

Halligan John & Co, grocers, 53 
Brock 

Halligan Kichard, laborer, Eideau 

Halligan Thomas, mariner, 101 
Union e 

Hamer John, adjuster of scales, 
445 Princess 

Hamilton 0, collector customs, 
res Custom House 

Hamilton Edward, tailor, 45 
Arch 

Hamilton Geo, teamster, Conces- 
sion rd 

Hamilton James, laborer, 248 
Earl 

Hamilton James, tailor, 27 Upper 
WnUam 

Hamilton Jno, engineer, 12 John 



Hamilton John, laborer, end 
Eideau 

Hamilton Patrick, pensioner, 242 
Earl 

Hamilton Eobert, plasterer, 152 
Bine 

Hamilton Mrs Eobert, 201 Col- 
borne 

Hamilton Samuel, plumber, 304 
Barrie 

Hamilton Samuel, blacksmith, 
125 Union w 

Hamilton Wm, mason, 720 Prin- 
cess 

Hamilton W L, district in- 
spector inland rev, 171 Ontario 
cor Johnston 

Hammond Edward, clerk, 172 
Bagot 

Hammond Mrs Lucy (wid Wm), 
355 Johnston 

Hammond Patrick, laborer, 229 
University ave 

Hand Mrs Thomas, dealer, 371 
King e 

Handlan John, laborer, Stephen 

Hanley Alf, tel operator, 65 Earl 

Hanley Archie, clerk, inland rev, 
75 Gore 

Hanley Francis, clerk, 67 Earl 

Hanley James, clerk, 73 Gore 

Hanley James, clerk, 67 Earl 

Hanley John, cabman, 16 Upper 
William 

Hanley Joseph, clerk, 67 Earl 

Hanley Thos, pass agent G T R, 
Johnston, cor Ontario, h 67 
Earl 

Hannay George, laborer, 202 Wil- 

ham 
Hannay John, stonecutter, 202 

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Hannay Mrs Eachael (wid Wm), 

202 William 
Hanney Thomas, stonecutter, 21 

University ave 
Hannay Wm, clerk, 202 Wil- 
liam 
Hanneford R W, engineer, 772 

Montreal 
Hanscombe John, laborer, 311 

Johnston 
Hanscombe Wm, laborer, 311 

Johnston 
Hanscombe William, switchman, 

Montreal 
Hansan F G, painter, 42 Gore 
Hanson Mrs Elizabeth (wid Geo), 

2 Bay 
Hansen James, carter, 2 Bay 
Hanson Louis, fishmonger, 90 

Wellington 
Hardiman John, confectioner, 82 

Quebec 
Harding Rev M M, curate St 

George's, bds 212 King e 

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Dry Goods, Mantles, etc, 
Specialties— Fine Dress 
Goods and Mantles. 88- 
90-92 Princess 

Hardy John (J C Hardy & 
Co), h 73 Colborne 

Hargreaves Geo E, moulder, 
Stephen 

Harkes John, 359 Alfred 

Harkness Samuel, prop Grimason 
House, 340-42 Princess 

Harkness W, butcher, 216 Well- 
ington 

Harmer Wm H, carpenter, end 
Montreal 



Harnatt Capt Timothy, 165 West 
Harold Alexander, carpenter, 218 

Division 
Harold David, carpenter, 203 

Wellington 
Harold Hugh, carpenter, 203 

Wellington 
Harold Wm, patternmaker, 184 

University ave 
Harpell Francis J, farmer, 787 

Princess 
Harpell Mrs Jane (wid Jacob), 

785 Princess 
Harpell J J, farmer, Victoria 
Harpell Jacob G, teamster, 104 

York 
Harper Samuel (A Gunn & 

Co), h 13 Maitland 
Harper Mrs Sarah (wid Samuel), 

153 Alfred 
Harrington Miss Francis, 250 

Queen 
Harrington Thos, laborer, 225 

Sydenham 
Harris Benj, hairdresser, 270 

Princess 
Harris David, ropemaker, Victoria 
Harris Mrs Elizabeth (wid John) 

Durham 
Harris George, boilermaker, 379 

Earl 
Harris Hebron, trader, 370 Bagot 
Harris Henry, carter, 25 York 

Harris Joseph, laborer, 16 John- 
ston 

Harris King, engineer, 770-72 

Montreal 
Harris Prof Eobert, C E, R M C, 

31 Mack 
Harris Wm, soldier, r 428 King e 
Harrison Edward, laborer, 13 

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Harrison Thomas, contractor, 176 

Rideau 
narrower John, patternmaker, 

Stuart 
Hartery James, Victoria 
Hartley John, laborer, 37 James 
Hartrick Mrs Martha (wid Geo), 

255 Division 
Harty Mrs Allen (wid James), 66 

Barrie 
Harvey Mrs Ann (wid Maj John) 

827 Earl 
Harvey Colebrooke, correspondent 

327 Earl 
Harvey Robt R F, teller, bank B 

N A, h Earl, cor Alfred 
Haskell Wm, auditor Bell Tel Co, 

Union w 
Hasler Miss Catharine, 140 Barrie 
Hassett Mrs Elizabeth, Markland 
Hastings Mrs Louise (wid East- 
wood), 192 Barrie 
Hastings Wm, laborer, 78 Queen 
Hatch C H, 360 Bagot 
Hattan Archibald, grain shoveller 

.67 Queen 
Hatten Mrs James, 22 Cowdy 
Haw Samuel, carter, r 51 Barrack 
Hawken Edward, shoemaker, 357 

Princess 
Hawkins Edward, shoemaker, 151 

Clergy 
Hawley Geo, fireman, 238 Barrie 
Hawley Harry M, salesman, 124 

Montreal 
Hawley J A, prop Russell House, 

348-50 Princess 
Hawley T B (manager Stroud 

Bros), h 109 Princess 
Hayward Mrs Christina (wid 

Wm), 90 Earl 
Hay David, laborer, 58 North 
Hay John, mason, 391 Johnston 



Hayward John, laborer. 358 
Montreal 

Hayward Thos, livery, 290 Prin- 
cess, h 90 Earl 

Hayward Wm, blacksmith, 299 
Johnston 

Hazlett Geo, engineer, 428 Brock 

Hazlett John, engineer, 147 
Frontenac 

Hazlett Wm, boilermaker, 476 
Brock 

Hazlett Wm jr, engineer, 59 
Young 

Healey Alex, clerk. Queen's Hotel 

Healey Mrs Clara, (wid Wm) 
Collingwood 

Healey Mrs Eliza, (wid Joseph) 
18 Elm 

Healey Patrick, laborer, 134 Ord- 
nance 

Healey Thomas, conductor, 107 
Bagot 

Healey Thomas, clerk, 22 Deacon 

Heaphey James, laborer, 48 Main 

Hebert Louis, ship carpenter 35 
Pine 

Heenan James, laborer, 282 
Johnston 

Hembry Harry, laborer, 15 Cath- 
arine 

Hemsley Mrs Mary, (wid Wm) 
280 Earl 

Hemsted Edwin, MD, MC 
H, QU I, MRC P& S, Ont, 
196 King e 

Henderson George, moulder, 36 
Union e 

Henderson Geo, carpenter, Stuart 

Henderson George, engineer, 70 
Bagot 

Henderson Henry, photo- 
grapher, 90 Princess, h 148 
Division 



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Henderson H M, traveler, 457 
Princess 

Henderson J, 75 Queen 

Henderson Jas, 248 Montreal 

Henderson, Mrs Jane, (wid John) 
45 Clergy 

Henderson John, carpenter, 
Stuart 

Henderson John & Co, 
booksellers and stationers, wall 
papers and fancy goods, 86 
Princess 

Henderson J R, manager J S 
Henderson, h 243 Brock 

Henderson J S, wholesale wine 
& liquors, 59 Brock, h 179 
Queen 

Henderson J S, groceries pro- 
visions, etc, 61 Brock, h 179 
Queen 

Henderson Lawrence, timekeeper, 
100 Bagot 

Henderson Mrs Margaret, (wid 
Geo) laundress, 42 Elm 

Henderson Mrs Mary Ann, (wid 
James) 86 Johnston 

Henderson Nicholas, ship carpen- 
ter, Stuart 

Henderson P R, Managing 
Director Montreal Transporta- 
tion Co, hll8 William 

Henderson Eobert, laborer, 83 
Rideau 

Henderson Robert, laborer, 42 
Elm 

Henderson Robert, shooting gal- 
lery, 93 Bay 

Henderson W H, M D, Wel- 
lington cor William 

Hendry Archie, driver, 20 Earl 
Hendry J A, com agent 191 On- 
tario, h King cor West 



Hendry John, clerk, 309 Univer- 
sity ave 

Hendry Robert, 122 Johnston 

Hendry Robert, traveler, 122 
Johnston 

Hendry Wm, miner, 77 Arch 

Henley Miss M, fancy goods, 177 
Wellington 

Hennessey Miss Eliza, confection- 
er, 15 West 

Hentig George, tinsmith, 558 
Princess 

Hentig Mrs Sarah, (wid Charles) 
558 Princess 

Herzy Henry, carpenter, 284 
University 

Herald John, M D., 199 Kinge 

Herbert Mrs, 113 William 

Herbison Wm J, student, 141 
Colborne 

Hermiston Chas, carpenter, Col- 
lingwood 

Hermiston Mrs Ellen, [wid Robt] 
108 Earl 

Herod Alfred E, shoemaker, 22 
Alma 

Her r on Miss Annie, 31 Ontario 

Hersey Allen, stonecutter, 269 
Brock 

Hersey Mrs M L, [wid Samuel] 
209 Brock 

Hess George, laborer, 11 Wade's 
Lane 

Hewitt G C, machinist, 85 Divi- 
sion 

He watt Henry J, mechanical en* 
gineer, Tete de pont Barracks 

Hewitt Thomas, manager water 
works, 96 Earl 

Hewton John, manager knitting 
mill, 131 King w 

Hewton John, machinist, 133 
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Hewtou Wm, accountant, 131 
Alfred 

Hickey DC, M D, bds British 
American hotel 

Hickej' Mrs Isabella, [wid James] 
231 Earl 

Hickey John, [Eigney & Hickey] 
h 164 Princess 

Hickey M & Co, milliner, 164 
Princess 

Hickey Mrs, huckster, r 31 John- 
ston 

Hickey Newton, sailor, 233 Earl 

Higgenbottham James, laborer. 
Bay 

Hill E 0, insurance and bicycle 
agent, 115 Brock, h 304 Uni- 
versity ave 

Hillier Nelson, carpenter, 24 
York 

Hillier T P, carpenter, 24 York 

Hilton Thomas, harness maker, 
319 Brock 

Hinds Bros, American Steam 
Bottling Works, 10 Market Sq 

Hinds H B, bookkeeper, 10 Mar- 
ket Sq 

Hinds James, [Hinds Bros] 
h 526 Princess 

Hinds John, laborer, 28 Chatham 

Hinds Robt W, [Hinds Bros] 
h 10 Market Sq 

Hinds W G, accountant, Mer- 
chants Bank, bds 11 Maitland 

Hinton Dayid, shoemaker, 347 
Princess 

Hinton Edward, laborer, 17 Up- 
per William 

Hipson Joseph, boilermaker, 136 
Division 

Hiscock Edgar C, engineer, 104 
Barrie 



Hiscock Joseph, grocer, 121 Prin- 
cess, h 117 William 
Hitchen Harry M, employee Im- 
migration Office, foot William 
Hoag Franklin, druggist, Mon- 
treal 
Hoag John, switchman, Montreal 
Hobart G S, wholesale and re- 
tail druggist, uptown office, G 
N W Tel Co, depositor King- 
ston Auxiliary British & For- 
eign Bible Society, 155 Princess 
h 247 Brock 
Hobart S W, druggist. 102 Earl 
Hobbs Sylvester, laborer, 611 

Division 
Hodge Miss Lily, teacher, 142 

York 
Hodges Mrs Wm, 142 York 
Hodgson Thos, stonecutter, 306 

Barrie, h 76 Arch 
Hogan Geo, laborer, 105 York 
Hogan Jas, Hogan house, On- 
tario, cor Barrack 
Hogan Jas S, traveler, 50 Col- 
borne 
Hogan John, carpenter, 31 First 
Hogan John, laborer, 61 Bay 
Hogan John A, tailor, 100 Eaglan 
Hogan Michael, laborer, 15 Upp^yr 

William 
Hogle Elgin, laborer, 257 John- 
ston 
Holder Mrs Benj, 47 Montreal 
Holder Edward, mechanic, 47 

Montreal 
Holder F W, blacksmith, 29 

Union w . 

Holder Geo, mechanic, 4* Mont- 
real 
Holder Geo, carpenter, 166 York 
Holder Robt, photographer, 47 
Montreal 



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Holder J B, carpenter, 245 Col- 
borne 
Holder William, carpenter, 301 

Montreal 
Holland Geo, engineer, Rideau 
Holland Martin, 204 Rideau 
Holland Wm, laborer, 61 Cherry 
Hollowell Henry, laborer, 252 

Johnston 
Holly Harry, clerk, 124 Montreal 
Hooper Joseph, carpenter, 225 

Earl 
Hooper Richard J, clerk, 114 

Clarence 
Hooper V Gr, manager A Cald- 
well & Son, h 89 Young 
Hopkinson Edward, trader, 255 

Johnston 
Hopkirk John, inspector, 159 

Sydenham 
Hop Lee, laundry, 225 Princess 
Hoppins Abiram, agent, Barrack 
Hoppins Elsmore, agent, Barrack 
Hoppins H, engineer. Union w 
Hopson John, carpenter, Beverley 
Horn Alex, sailmaker, 93 Young 
Hornibrook Francis, car inspector 

Montreal 
Horsey Edwin, Chief of Police 

156 Bagot 
Horsey Edwin, printer, 156 Bagot 
Horsey Richard M, R M 
Horsey & Co, h 164 Queen 

Horsey R M & Co, hardware, 
stoves, paints, etc, 189 Prin- 
cess 

Horsev S J, R M Horsey & Co, 
h 19rClergy 

Hotel Dieu, Sister Janet Mac- 
donell, Superioress, Brock 

Hotel Frontenac, E H Dun- 
ham prop, 178-84 Ontario 



House John, ship carpenter, 23 

Elm 
Houston Mrs Andrew (wid Thos), 

Adelaide 
Houston Rev Samuel, pastor 

Cooke's Church, 98 Earl 
Howard H, accountant, Ontario 

Bank, h 195 Earl 
Howard John, hostler, Ottawa 

hotel 
Howell Harry, organist, 220 

Queen 
Howland Patrick, O'Brien & 

Howlaud, h 273 Alfred 
Howland 'Thos, cab driver, 273 

Alfred 
Hubb The, Edward Halladay, 

prop, 22-24 Market Sq 
Hubbard C H, carpenter, Rideau 
Hubbell Mrs E J (wid H S), 136 

King e 
Hudders Thos, foreman cot mill, 

21 Charles 
Hudson Oapt J A G, R S G, 

res Barracks 
Huggins Edward, boilermaker, r 

87 Johnston 
Hughes Anson, carpenter, Pat- 
rick 
Hughes Charles, laborer, r 428 

King e 
Hughes Henry, carpenter, 315 

Brock 
Hughes John, car driver, 184 

Clarence 
Hughes John, bookkeeper, 49 

Bay 
Hughes R, Market Sq 
Hughes Thos, grainshoveller, 121 

Montreal 
Hughes Wm, carter, 85 Cataraqui 
Hughes W R, mason, 32 Union e 
Hughston Mrs Ann, 117 Alfred 



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Hugo Francis, student, Living- 
ston ave 
Hugo Nicholas, ship carpenter, 

Livingston ave 
Hull Mrs Bridget [wid David] 

351 Johnston 
Hull Edward, painter, 351 John- 
ston 
Hume John, cutter, 85 York 
Hume Peter, engineer, 48 Wil- 
liam 
Hunt John, shoveller, 18 Earl 
Hunt John, laborer, 310 Johnston 
Hunter Geo, carpenter, Albert 
Hunter Geo, carpenter 113 Bay 
Hunter Henry, laborer, 31 Young 
Hunter Henry carpenter, 177 

Clergy 
Hunter Jas, laborer, 314 Barrie 
Hunter John, grocer, Rideau 
Hunter John, carpenter, Beverley 
Hunter John Wm, machinist, 

Montreal 
Hunter Peter, printer, 185 Mont- 
real 
Hunter Robt, pumpman, Mont- 
real 
Hunter Wm, machinist, 212 Earl 
Hurley Jeremiah, sailor, 47 Bay 
Hurley Capt J G, mariner, 411 

King e 
Hurley Patrick, coal heaver, 24 

Johnston 
Hurst Bannister, foreman, Pat- 
rick 
Hurst James, carpenter, Beverley 
Hurst Thos, boilermaker, 3 Well- 
ington terrace, Montreal 
Hutchison David, manager 
Sylvester Neelon, h 301 Uni- 
versity ave 
Hutclieson James E, auctioneer, 
277 Alfred 



Hutton James, clerk, Albion 
hotel 

Hutton Wm, contractor, 290 On- 
tario 

HydeN,prop Globe hotel, 298-300 
Ontario 

Hyett Wm, 27 Arch 

Hyland John, carpenter, 793 
Princess 

Hyland Robt, 791 Princess 

Hyland Samuel, carpenter, 427 
Alfred 

Hyman A & Co, clothiers, 201 
Princess 

Hyman Abraham (A Hyman & 
Co), bds 288 Queen 

Hynds James, laborer, 412 John- 
ston 

Hynds Wm, laborer, 412 Johnston 

Hyssop Mrs Charles, Stuart 

Ilett James, clerk, 435 Barrie 

Ilett John, salesman, 304 Queen 

Illsey Chas, pensioner, 75 Union 

Imperial Oil Co, Rideau 

Innes J C, civil engineer, 76 
Sydenham 

Ireland F C. city treasurer, 
Alice 

Ireland G E, Alice 

Ireland K M, traveler, Alice 

Irvine W H, teacher, collegiate, 
University ave 

Irving Mrs C E (wid C A, M D), 
189 Johnston 

Irwin Capt John, Edward Blake, 
107 Bay 

Irwin Robt, trader. King w 

Irwin Wm, machinist. King w 

Irwin Wm, sailor, 187 Montreal 

Irwin Wm jr, machinist, New- 
man's cottages. King w 

Isaac Wm, ship carpenter, 30 
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Jack Alex, clerk, 312 University 

ave 
Jack Hector, student, 312 Uni- 
versity ave 
Jackson Clias, fitter, Dufferin 
Jackson & Co, bottlers, 69 Prin- 
cess 
Jackson Henry, stonecutter, 75 

Pine 
Jackson John M, Jackson & Co, 

401 King e 
Jackson Philip, 112 Bagot 
Jackson Rev S N, pastor First 

Congregational, 193 Johnston 
Jackson Mrs Susan (wid Joseph), 

King w, Newman's cottages 
Jackson Thos, currier, Rideau 
Jackson Wm, printer. King w, 

Newman's cottages 
Jacob Adam, shoemaker, 262 

Queen 
Jacobs S W, manager American 

Shoe & Clothing Co, bds 

Windsor hotel 
James Mrs Bridget (wid William 

Coleman), 131 Queen 
James Martin, carpenter, 203 

University ave 
James Richard F, clerk Collender 

hotel, 324 King e 
James Thos, butcher, Barrie, cor 

Colborne, h 490 Division 
James Thos, clerk, 624 Princess 
James Timothy, salesman, 203 

University ave 
Jamieson Alex, plumber, 411 

King e 
Jamieson David, plumber, Bev- 
erley 
Jamieson Mrs Emma, laundress, 

86 York 

Jamieson Isaac, machinist, River 



Jamieson Joseph, plumber, 42 
Johnston 

Jamieson Thos, steamfitter, 107 
Union e 

Jaquith Isaac, ship builder, 38 
Union e 

Jaquith Thomas, ship builder, 38 
Union e 

Jarrett Wm, laborer, 2 Patrick 

Jarvis Edward, laborer, 6 On- 
tario, Railway cottages 

Jarvis Miss Eliza, laundress, 146 
Queen 

Jarvis Fred, laborer, 6 Ontario, 
Railway cottages 

Jarvis John, baker, 525 Princess 

Jarvis Wm, carpenter, 525 Prin- 
cess 

Jeflfers Francis, signalman. Hick- 
son ave 

Jenkin John, carpenter, 152 Di- 
vision 

Jenkins Alex, carpenter, 294 
Johnston 

Jenkins Charles, blacksmith, 881 
Princess 

Jenkins E P, gents' furnisher, 
57 Brock 

Jenkins John E, blacksmith, 63 
York 

Jenkins Mrs Richard, 234 Syden- 
ham 

Jenkins Samuel, carpenter, end 
Barrie 

Jenkins Walter C T, carriage- 
builder, 15 Quebec 

Jenman Mrs A J (wid George), 1 
Rideau 

Jenman George, Railroad house, 
Place d'Armes, cor King 

Jenman Martin, moulder, 1 
Rideau 



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Jennings Harry, shberaaker. 290 
Ontario 

JOHNS THOMAS H, Vic- 
toria Warehouse.Whole- 
sale and Retail Dealer in 
Groceries. Flour & Feed, 
China, Glassware, etc, 
etc. Fine Teas a special- 
ty. Tea imported direct 
from the place of growth 
270 Princess, h 330 Uni- 
versity ave 

Johnston A 0, Wfitchmaker, 
jeweler and optician, 100 Prin- 
cess, h 94 Barrie 

Johnston A J, contractor, 256 
University ave 

Johnston Geo, patternmaker, 76 
Ontario 

Johnston Capt Gilbert, Hero, 225 
Bagot 

Johnston Henry, laborer, 14 
George 

Johnston Miss Henrietta, 35 Di- 
vision 

Johnson H S, shoemaker, 168 
Johnston, h 70 Brock 

Johnston Hugh, quarryman, 43 
York 

Johnson Isaac, hostler, bds 120 
Clarence 

Johnson James B, hairdress- 
er, 157 Wellington, h 49 Earl 

Johnston James W, carpenter, 
38 Quebec 

Johnston John, clerk, 208 Uni- 
versity ave 

Johnston John, shoemaker, 305 
Brock 

Johnson Joseph, blacksmith, 53 
Earl 

Johnston J S, watchmaker, 185 
Earl 



Johnson Mrs Mahala (wid Jas), 

185 Earl 
Johnston Mrs Margaret (wid Wm) 

Collingwood 
Johnson N B, 366 Johnston 
Jolniston Rev Wm, curate, St 

Paul's Church, 213 Queen 
Joliffe Mrs Mary (wid Alfred), 

390 Division 
Jones Mrs Annie (wid Thomas), 

Livingston ave 
Jone'* Mrs Catharme (wid Kelsey) 

237 Queen 
Jones Chas, laborer, Albert 
Jones Mrs David, 200 Montreal 
Jones Mrs Emily (wid K L), 263 

Johnston 
Jones Francis, agent, 95 William 
Jones G A, laborer, 40 Young 
Jones Mrs Isabella, dressmaker, 

290 Queen 
Jones C, barber, 44 O'Kill 
Jones James, barber, 29 Ord- 
nance 
Jones James, hairdresser, 50 Rid- 

eau 
Jones Mrs Jane, (wid John) 80 

Vme 
Jones J H, barber, 50 Clarence 
Jones John, tailor, 35 Montreal 

cor Princess, h 450 Division 
Jones John, watchman, 40 Young 
Jones Mrs Margaret, (wid John) 

801 Princess 
Jones Owen, prmter, 290 Queen 
Jones Thos, foreman, Montreal 
Jones Mrs W I, fancy goods, 280 

Princess 
Jones W I & W C, contractors, 

280 Princess 
Jones W R, porter, 89 Welling- 
ton 
Jordan James, laborer, 27 Division 



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Joyce Mrs Ann, [wid Robert] 260 
Division 

Joyce D laborer, Hickson ave 

Joyce & Doyle, butchers, 816 
Princess 

Joyce J L, guard, K P, Living- 
ston ave 

Joyce John, laborer, 94 Ontario 

Joyce Luke, carter, 63 John 

Joyce Wm, butcher, 498 Division 

Joyner Frederick, carpenter, 25 
Earl 

Joyner N P, teacher, bds Windsor 
hotel 

Judson James, weaver, 240 Mon- 
treal 

Julian Patrick, second-hand deal- 
er, 45 Princess 

Kallaugher John, laborer, 115 
Bagot 

Kane Chas, blacksmith, 86 Pine 

Kane D, wagonmaker, 213 Wel- 
lington 

Kane James, laborer, 67 Colborne 

Kane Thos, telegraph operator, 
252 Sydenham 

Kavanagh James, grain buyer, 
65 Gore 

Kavanagh John, flour & feed, 12 
Market Sq 

Kavanagh Mrs Mai-y, [wid Felix] 
228 Barrie 

Kean George, carpenter, 32 Ellice 

Kean John, fitter, Wellington 
Kean Mrs Mary, [wid Thomas] 
85 Union 

Kean Michael, machinist, 85 
Union 

Kearn Mrs Bridget, [wid Patrick] 

240 Wellington 
Keams James, mang'r Great 
North-Western Telegraph Co, 
h 53 Clergy 



Kearns Robert, letter carrier, 33 

George 
Kearns Samuel, ship carpenter, 

225 Rideau 
Keates Thos, laborer, 26 Place d' 

Armes 
Keating James, timekeeper, 148 

Rideau 
Keating Patrick, laborer, 148 

Rideau 
Keegan Bernard, laborer, Russell 
Keeley W J ,jeweler, 106 Brock, 

h 138 Union w 
Keenan James, tanner, 19 Charles 
Keenan Michael, laborer, 48 

Bagot 
Keene Wm, laborer, 24 Elm 
Kehoe Rev John. Roman 

Catholic, 225 Johnston 
Kehoe Joseph, laborer, 155 Bagot 
Kehoe John, laborer, 100 Barrack 
Kellar Sanford, laborer, Bagot 
Kelliher, Mrs Winafield, [wid 

Maurice] Bagot 
Kelliher Maurice, pianomaker, 

Bagot 
Kelly Daniel, tailor, 317 Brock 
Kelley Henry, gardener, 162 

Clergy 
Kelly H J law student, 87 Earl 
Kelly Isaac, patternmaker, 87 

Earl 
Kelley James, salesman, 115 Bay 
Kelly John, butcher, 210 Bagot 

bds 154 Johnston 
Kelly John, clerk, P 0, 240 John- 
ston 
Kelly Martin, diver, bds Ottawa 

hotel 
Kelly Mrs Mary, [wid Michael] , 

52 Bagot 
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Kelly Rev Thomas, secretary 
Diocese of Kingston, 225 John- 
ston 
Kelly Samuel, painter, 347 Alfred 
Kelly Samuel, machinist, 8 Eller- 

beck ave 
Kelley Wm, salesman, 115 Bay 
Kelly William, photographer, 151 

Wellington 
Kelley Wm A, engineer, 115 Bay 
Kelso Ephraim, laborer, 212 Earl 
Kelso Mrs Ephraim, 212 Earl 
Kemp Marsden, tuner, 164 Brock 
Kemp Mrs Mary (wid Geo), 464 

Brock 
Kemp Thos, machinist, 398 Mont- 
real 
Kemp Wm J, carriagemaker, 455 

Division 
Kennedy Alex, carpenter, 429 

Brock 
Kennedy Miss Alice, 231 Well- 
ington 
Kennedy Mrs Eliza (wid Robt), 

168 University ave 
Kennedy Arthur, broommaker, 

434 Barrie 
Kennedy John, machinist, Stuart 
Kennedy Joseph, boilermaker, 140 

Division 
Kennedy Mrs Owen, prop K 

house, Ontario, cor Brock 
Kennedy Timothy, carter, r 102 

Barrack 
Kennedy Wm, ship carpenter, 

434 Barrie 
Kennedy Wm, engineer, 65 Arch 
Kenney Thos, driver, Collingwood 
Kent Bros, 'RE & WO,) 

private bankers, 91 Clarence 
Kent Mrs Ehzabeth (wid Robt), r 

88 Wellington 
Kent Noel, 161 King e 



Kent R E, Kent Bros, h 109 
Bagot 

Kent Rvkert, 85 King e 

Kent 'W C. Kent Bros, h 85 
King e 

Kerr John, instructor K P, 
Livingston ave 

Kerr Hugh, clerk, 44 Young 

Kerr John, President Kingston 
Light, Heat and Power Co, h 
155 Earl 

Keys Miss Alice, dressmaker, 105 
Brock 

Keys Andrew, shoemaker, 355 
Princess 

Keys Robt, grocer. 303-5 Earl 

Keys Thos, shoemaker, 78 Col- 
borne 

Keys Wm, 164 Clergy 

Kidd John, woodworker, 182 
Queen 

Kidd Robt, laborer, 99 Rideau 

Kidd Wm, school inspector, 34 
Sydenham 

Kilcauley Patrick, engineer, 196 
Bagot 

KILCAULEY W P. manu- 
facturer of all kinds of 
rubber stamps, stencils, 
etc, inks, stamps, pads, 
ribbons, daters. perfora- 
tors, numbering ma- 
chines, etc, supplied on 
short notice. Address 
postal to 196 Bagot st 
and it will receive atten- 
tion 

Killen Patrick, carter, Russell 

Kilfoyle Dennis, laborer, bds 
Ottawa hotel 

Kilmurray Mrs Mary [wid Jos] , 
52 Division 

Kilmurray C, printer, 52 Division 



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Kilpatrick F A, stonecutter, 332 

Brock 
Kilpatrick J H, stonecutter, 332 

Brock 
Kilpatrick S J, contractor, h 119 

Colborne 
Kimpson Joseph, laborer, 140 Bay 
Kinch John, carpenter, lOSBagot 
Kinchlla Thomas, laborer, 16 

Young 
Kines Rev J, pastor Queen st 

Methodist Church, 30 Colborne 
King Mrs Ann, 162 Ordnance 
King Mrs Arthur, dressmaker, 

294 Montreal 
King E C, carpenter, 18 Young 
King Francis, clerk, 57 West 
King J G, druggist, King, cor 

Market Sq, h 57 West 
King John, laborer, 94 Bagot 
King John, carpenter, 26 Pine 
King Joseph, shoemaker, 8 James 
King Robt, machinist, 72 Arch 
King Thos, carpenter, Stanley 
King Maj Wm, Artillery Park, 

Montreal 
King Wra, carpenter, Stanley 
Kinghorn John, Secy Kingston 

Cotton Mills Co, 84 Union e 
Kingston Auxiliary British 

and Foreign Bible Society 

G S Hobart, depositor, 155 

Princess 

Kingston Bottling Works, 
Wm Pipe, pvop, 261 Princess 

Kingston Brewery, Philip 
Bajus, prop, 308 Wellington 

Kingston Business College 
Co, J B McKay, principal, 82 
Princess, see 'ront cover 

Kingston Elastic Paint Works, 
King w 



Kingston Foundry & Ma- 
chine Co, [limited] J H Tay- 
lor, manager, Ontario cor Un- 
ion, tel 240 

Kingston Hosiery Co, John Hew- 
ton, manager. Kiugw 

Kingston Hospital, Stuart 

Kingston Knob Works. King w 

Kingston Laundry, J R Batten- 
bury, prop, 206 Princess 

Kingston Light, Heat and 
Power Co, John Kerr, man- 
ager, E Moore, Sec-Treas, 19 
Queen 

Kingston Marble & Granite Works 
Kilpatrick & Chadwick, 372 
Princess 

Kingston Oil Cloth Co, G W 
Amey, prop, North cor Rideau 

Kingston & Pembroke 
Railway, Office & Station 
Ontario opp City Hall 

Kingston Rope Factory, Edward 
Law, prop, Victoria 

Kingston, Napanee and 
Western Railway, R J 
Wilson, agent, office 30 Clar- 
ence, station K & P R 

Kingston Skating & Curling Rinks 
Arch 

Kingston Street Railway, B W 
Folger, manager, Princess 

Kingston Vinegar Works, A Haaz, 
prop, 74 Bagot 

Kingston Tannery, J J Carring- 
ton, prop, Rideau 

Kingswell Chas, gardener, 170 
York 

Kirby Wm K, carter, Stuart 

Kirk Mrs J, fancy goods, 83 
Brock h 249 Queen 

Kirk James F, medical student, 
249 Queen 



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Kirkpatrick Mrs Anna [wid Thos] 
331 Brock 

Ku-kpatrick F G, 61 West 

Kirkpatrick Hon George A, 
Q 0, M P.,) Kirkpatrick & 
Rogers) h Closeburn Emily 

Kirkpatrick Mrs Gertrude, [wid 
F W] , 61 West 

Kirkpatrick Mrs Harriett, [wid 
Wm] 94 Barrie 

Kirkpatrick John, carpenter, 
Stanley cor Alfred 

Kirkpatrick & Rogers, (Hon 
Geo A Kirkpatrick, Q C, R V 
Rogers, Q C.,) barristers, 194 
Ontario 

Kirkpatrick Samuel, laborer, 
Montreal cor Raglan rd 

Kirkpatrick Michael, fancy goods, 
359 Princess 

Knapp A 0, Boat buider, 
Boats of all kinds for 
sale and built to order. 
Oars, sails and all boat 
fittings supplied. All ma- 
terials and workmanship 
of the best quality and 
prices moderate. A first- 
class Boat Livery in con- 
nection. Cataraqui bridg' 
foot of Ontario. 

Knapp Andrew, carpenter, 121 
Ordnance 

Knapp Dixon, carder, Albert 

Knapp Mrs Mary A, foot Ontario 

Knight A P, M A, principal 
Collegiate Institute, Alice 

Knight Arthur, currier, 356 Mon- 
treal 

Knight Isaac, laborer, Victoria 

Knight Robert, carpenter, 400 
Barrie 



Knott Francis, vinegar maker, 7 

Ontario, [railway cottages] 
Knott Walter, laborer, bds 91 

Gore 
Knowles Mrs Mary, [wid Henry] 

571 Princess 
Koen Michael, guard K P, Pem- 
broke 
LaChance, F X, grocer. 259 On- 
tario, h 200 Bagot 
Lacroix Chas, bricklayer, 499 

Princess 
Lacroix Henry A, cabinet maker, 

499 Princess 
Lafferty John, hostler, K House 
Lafreniere Mrs David, boarding, 

236 Ontario 
Laidlaw C S, clerk, Montreal 

Bank, bds 11 Maitland 
Laidlaw J & Son, dry goods, 170 

Princess, h 216 Johnston 
Laidlaw James R, 248 Division 
Laing Rev Douglas, pastor Bap- 
tist Church, 93 Johnston 
Laird James, clerk, 193 Colborne 
Laird John, painter, 347 Princess 
Laird Joseph, machinist, Beverley 
Laishley Joel, manager Singer 

Co, h 215 Princess 
Lake Amos, teamster, 209 Alfred 
Lake Fred, salesman, 316 Queen 
Lake John, laborer, 26 Elm 
Lake Richard, stove mounter, 35 

York 
Lake Wm, carpenter, 314 Queen 
Lalonde Frank, blacksmith, Orch- 
ard 
Lalonde Louis, ship carpenter, 

19 Ellice 
Lambert James, laborer, Hickson 

ave 
Lambert Samuel, bridge inspector 
Hickson ave 



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Lambert Samuel J, painter. 
Hickson ave 

Lambert Wm, section foreman 
229 Rideau 

Lambert Thos, [Lambert & 
Walsh] , h 118 Colborne 

Lambert & Walsh, Thomas 
Lambert, Edwin Walsh, mer- 
chant tailors, 110 Princess 

Lamb Walter, timber agent, Dur- 
ham 

Lamoureaux Peter, locksmith, 
375 King e 

Landeryou John C, carpenter, 91 
York 

Landeryou Joseph, plasterer, 87 
Colborne 

Landry Chas, gardener, 12 Mait- 
land 

Lane Benj, teamster, 103 Pine 

Lane T J, confectioner, 89 Earl 

Langdon Alfred, mason, Victoria 

Langdon Daniel, contractor, Vic- 
toria 

Langdon John, beekeeper, Vic- 
toria 

Langdon Nathaniel, mason. Nel- 
son 

Langdon Wm, mason. Nelson 

Lanagan Andrew, caretaker City 
Hall, res city buildings 

Lannon Chas, pensioner, 100 
Wellington 

Lansing Mrs Fanny [wid Hugo] 
laundress, 148 Queen 

Lanthier Isidore, stonecutter, 63 
Sydenham 

Lapum James, traveler, 269 Uni- 
versity ave 

Lappage Wm, plasterer, 51 Chat- 
ham 

Lappage Wm, mason, Hickson 
ave 



Lario Joseph, cooper, 8 Brewery 
Lane 

Lark Mrs Edwin, 125 William 

LaEue Mrs Anthony, 15 Rideau 

LaJRue Dennis, grocer, 15 Rideau 

LaRue Wm, clerk, 15 Rideau 

La Rose Napoleon, engineer, 24 
Wade's Lane 

La Rush Rich, mariner. Centre 

Lasher Mrs Henrietta [wid John] 
868 Princess 

Laturney's Carriage Wks, 
James Laturney, prop, 390 
Princess 

Laturney Geo, carter, 26 John- 
ston 

Laturney James, carriage- 
maker, 390-92 Princess 

Lauder John, mason, 278 Vic- 
toria 

Laughern James, laborer, Bagot, 
Chadwick's Yard 

Laurencell Peter, ins agt, 17 
Deacon 

Lavell H A, law student, Britton 
& Whiting 

Lavery Patrick, laborer, 112 Well- 
ington 

Law Edward, ropemaker, Vic- 
toria 

Lawler Herbert, clerk, 18 Quebec 

Lawlor James, stonecutter, 102 
Bagot 

Lawler Jas, guard KA, 218 Alfred 

Lawler Joseph, baker, r 307 Earl 

Lawler Mrs Louisa, [wid J B] 
Mack 

Lawler Patrick, carpenter, 20 
Quebec 

Lawlor Wm, laborer, 5 Place 
D'Armes 

Lawless James, portor, British- 
Ameriaan hotel 



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Lawless James, carter, 211 Uci- 

versity ave 
Lawless Michael, carter, 222 Earl 
Lawless Peter, carter, 319 John- 
ston 
Lawless Peter, broommaker, 211 

University ave 
Lawless P J, carter, 215 Univer- 
sity ave 
Lawrence Francis, sailor, 82 On- 
tario 
Lawrence Joseph, laborer, 23 On- 
tario 
Lawson Mrs Frances, 127 Bagot 
Lawson Henry, laborer, 10 James 
Lawson J J, fireman, Victoria 
Lea H H, ins agt, 133 Union w 
Leadbeater William, laborer, 130 

Queen 
Leaden Fred, machinist, 52 

Eideau 
Leaden Sergt-Maj Michael, Mili- 
tary College, 52 Eideau 
Leader George N, painter, 309 

Queen 
Leaden Miss, dressmaker, 84 

Brock 
Leadle Mrs, 10 John 
Leaby B J, student, 98 Division 
Leahy Mrs Mary (wid Thos), 98 

Division 
Leahy T J, grocer, 320 King e, h 

96 Division 
Leal Wm, engmeer, Bagot 
LeDuc Capt T, mariner, 22 Place 

d'Armes 
Lee A J, barber, Cataraqui 
Lee Mrs Ann (wid James), 386 

Johnston 
Lee Geo, pianomaker, 116 Earl 
Lee James, carpenter, 386 John- 
ston 
Lee Mrs John, 26 James .« 



Lee E J, tailor, 118 Bagot 
Lee Samuel, moulder, Frontenac 
Lee Mrs Wm, 53 Arch 
Leeman — , mason, 7 Pine 
Lees Adam, spinner, 4 Quebec 
Lefrance Mrs Charles, 234 Syden- 
ham 
Leheup Edward, laborer, 663 

Princess 
Leheup John, laborer, 89 King w 
Leheup John, 663 Princess 
Leigh F J, supt Loco Works, bds 

British-American hotel 
Lemon Charles, carpenter, 149 

Frontenac 
Lemon James, mechanic, 384 Di- 
vision 
Lemmon Jno, plumber, 88 Bagot 
Lemmon John, contractor, city 

fire station 
Lemmon Mrs Margaret (wid Wm) 

384 Division 
Lenea Peter, 124 Queen 
Lennon Cooper, blacksmith, 363 

Bagot 
Lennon Felix, engineer. 13 On- 
tario 
Lennon Patrick, laborer, 177 

Eaglan rd 
Lennon Mrs Patrick, 177 Eaglan 
Lennon Thos, engineer, 193 Col- 
borne 
Lennox Mrs Catharine (wid Geo) 

45 Eideau 
Lesslie Mrs Catharine (wid Wm), 

81 Gore 
Leslie David, engineer, Eiver 
Leslie G W, agent, 23 Union w 
Lesslie James F, Jas Swift & 

Co, h 39 George 
Lesslie Wm, raftsman, 57 George 
Lewers Eobt, letter carrier, 127 
Co) borne 

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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Lewis Calvin, teamster, Victoria 
Lewis Right Rev John 
Travers. D D, LL D, D C L, 
Lord Bishop of Ontario, 13 
King w 
LiflRton H A, watchmaker, 
jeweler, and uptown office C P 
K Tel Co, 167 Princess 
Liffiton Mrs J A (wid Geo), 358 

Johnston 
Light George, blacksmith, 167 

Queen 
Light E H, artist, 2 Garratt 
Linaugh Thos, grocer, 102 Well- 
ington, h 87 William 
Lindsay Mrs Ehza (wid John), 

Eegent 
Lindsay Hamilton M, engineer, 

•770-72 Montreal 
Lindsay Patrick. 204 Colborne 
Lindsay Robt, carpenter, 16 Ell- 

erbeck ave 
Linton Charles, blacksmith, 314 

Brock 
Linton Mrs J A (wid John), 206 

Bagot 
Linton Jas, laborer, Rideau 
Liston John, laborer, 225 Mont- 
real 
Liston Thos, 190 Kideau 
Little David, city man. Singer 

Sewing, 95 William 
Litton John, boilermaker, 310 

Earl 
Litton John, plasterer, 310 Earl 
Litton John, 310 Earl 
Little Joseph, 208 Barrie 
Little Mrs Mary Ann (wid Eobt), 

213 Earl 
Little Thos, moulder, 208 Barrie 
Little William, patternmaker, 14 
Eideau 



Livingston & Bro, Chas & 
W J, merchant tailors and 
gents' furnishers, 75-77 Brock 
Livingston Chas, C Living- 
ston & Bro, h 502 Princess 
Livingston Mrs Jane (wid Chas), 

189 Brock 
Livingston Marion, M D, 

283 Bagot 
Livingston Mrs Selina (wid Arch) 

84 Union e 
Livingston W J, C Living- 
ston & Bro, h 455 Princess 
Lockhead — . 363 Brock 
Lockhart Alfred, teacher, Albert 
Lockhart John, colporteur, Albert 
Lockhart T J, teacher, Albert 
London Life Insurance Co, 
Eichard P Pearce, asst supt, 
351 King e 
Lonergan Thomas, guard K A, 

Centre 
Loney Albert, laborer, 9 Sixth 
Lorney Mrs Ellen (wid Timothv) 
Bay 

LOSCOMBE A E M, real 
estate and commission 
agent. Agency of the fol- 
lowing Insurance Com- 
panies : Quebec Fire As- 
surance Co, Eastern Fire 
Assurance Co. Canadian 
Mutual Life Association. 
Manufacturers' Accident 
Insurance Co. Office, 136 
Wellington, h 192 Barrie 

Lougher Henry, baker, 358 Prin- 
cess 

Loveless L M, engineer, 770-72 
Montreal 

Lovick A J, clerk, 152 University 
ave 



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Lovick John, blacksmith, 152 
University ave 

Lovitt Daniel, clerk, 84 Ontario 

Lovitt Mrs Fanny (wid Thos), 84 
Ontario 

Lovitt Jas, boilermaker, 84 On- 
tario 

Lovett Jeff, machinist, 16 Earl 

Lovitt John, boilermaker, 84 
Ontario 

Lovitt Martin, boilermaker, 84 
Ontario 

Lovitt Thos, moulder, 84 On- 
tario 

Lowe Edward W, traveler, 112 
Earl 

Lowe Samuel, clerk, 400 Brock 

Lowry Calvin, currier, 288 Mon- 
treal 

Lowrey Mrs James, 137 Bay 

Loynes Shore (Shore Loynes 
& Co), h 182 Barrie 

Lucas I) A, milk vendor, 264 Al- 
fred 

Ludlow Eichard, carter, 276 
Earl 

Luke Wm, baker, Bagot 

Lumb Richard, spinner 353 
Johnston 

Lynch Mrs Catharine, (wid Dan'l) 
283 Wellington 

Lynch Edward, express mess- 
enger, 206 William 

Lynch Miss Ellen, 25-27 John- 
ston 
Lyon Herbert, student. Living- 
ston ave 
Lyon H V, B A, barrister, 

299 King e, h 46 Young 
Lyon Seth, Frontenac 
Lyons C, saloon, 14 Market Sq 
Lyons James, bookkeeper, 296 
Queen 



Lyons John, fisherman, 286 Di- 
vision 
Lyons Patrick, cab driver, 146 

Ordnance 
Lytle Mrs Alice, dressmaker, 812 

Queen 
Lytle John, painter, 35 Main 
McAdam Thos, engineer, 23 West 
McAllister Mrs Mary Ann, (wid 

James) 99 King w 
McArdle Patrick, engineer, 5 Cor- 

rigan 
McArdle Mrs Mary, (wid John), 

291 Johnston 
McArthur Adam, accountant, 43 

Brock, h 397 Brock 
Mc Arthur J A, clerk, Ontario 

Bank, Sydenham w 
McArthur James, manager 

Ontario Building & Savings 

Society, h 37 Division 
McAvey Andrew, laborer, 115 

Ordnance 
McAvey Charles, gasmaker, 218 

Sydenham 
McAuley Mrs Anna, (wid Hugh) 

Dufl'erin 
McAuley Robert, tinsmith, r 11 

Young 
McAuley Thomas, bookseller 

stationer and bookbinder, 356 
King e & 208 Princess, h River 
View, King w 

McBratney Hugh, stonecutter, 
137 Bay 

McBride Archie, clerk, 190 Ord- 
nance 

McBride Archie, engineer, 190 
Ordnance 

McBride James, moulder, 204 
Bagot 

McBride John, 188 Clergy 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



McBride Mrs Mary, (wid Thos) 
204 Bagot 

McBride Robert, engineer, 190 
Ordnance 

McBride Samuel, carpentar, 192 
Ordnance 

McBroom Bros, grocers, (W F & 
Robert), King cor Princess 

McCabe Alexander, gardener, 160 
York 

McCabe John, tailor, 84 Pine 

McCaig Neil, laborer, 31 Upper 
William 

McCallum John, bookbinder, 26 
Chatham 

McCallum Mrs Margaret, (wid 
James) Rideau 

McCambridge Francis, grain- 
shoveller, 57 John 

McCammon Bros, (Jas & Wm) 
livery, Bagot cor Brock, h 17 
Colborne 

McCammon Fred, clerk, 15 Mon- 
treal 

McCammon Mrs James, 15 Mon- 
treal 

McCammon John, butcher, 148 
Montreal 

McCammon John, butcher, 74 
Brock, h 30 Main 

McCammon Mrs Mary, (wid Jas) 
260 Division 

McCammon Robert, grocer, 52 
William 

McCammon Robert, baker, 160-2 
Bagot 

McCammon Wm, market clerk, 
329 Queen 

McCann, J S R, Accountant & 
Insurance agent, 332 King, e h 
374 Brock 

McCann Mrs Patrick, 290 Mon- 
treal 



McCardle Edward, laborer, 23 

Main 
McCarey Bernard, general store, 

267 Ontario 
McCarter Mrs Linie, (wid Wm) 

24 Earl 
McCartney Alex, contractor, 248 

University 
McCartney Mrs Mary, (wid John) 

231 University ave 
McCartney Wm, mason, 338 

Johnston 
McCartney Wm, contractor, 204 

University ave 
McCarty John, mariner, 7 Divis- 
ion 
McCarty Maurice, laborer, 49 

Raglan 
McCarty Thomas, laborer. King w 
McCaul, John, stonecutter, 8 

Colborne 
McCaul John, butcher, Macdonell 
McClair Chas, laborer, Barrack 
McClarty Daniel, mechanic, 108 

Queen 
McClelland R J, clerk, 28 Union 

west 
McCluskey John, laborer, 7 Cor- 

rigan 
McCluskey Mrs Unity, (wid Jas), 

7 Corrigan 
McClymont Mrs Alex, 40 O'Kill 
McConnell Mrs Bertha, dress- 
maker, 45 James 
McConnell Chas, moulder, 45 

James 
McConnell Joseph, hotel. Prin- 
cess cor Victoria 
McConnell Joseph, coachman, 17 

Wade's lane 
McConnell Mrs Mary, [wid Jos] 

720 Princess 



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McConnell Eichard, carpenter, 
108 Bagot 

McConville Arthur, guard K P, 
17 University ave 

McConnell Bernard, mail carrier, 
81 George 

McConnell Chas, machinist, 31 
George 

McConville Isabel, M D, 13 Mon- 
treal 

McConville John, machinist, 31 
George 

McConville & Nicholson, butchers, 
136 Ontario 

McConville Thomas, butcher, Bar- 
rie, h 134 Ontario 

McConville Thos, 65 York 

McCorkell Andrew, boat builder, 
39 Earl 

McCormick A, liquors, 91 Prin- 
cess, h Centre 

McCormick Rev D, pastor con- 
gregational, 222 Johnston 

McCormack Patrick, coal & wood 
dealer, 9 Place d'Armes, h 46 
Ordnance 

McCormick Robert, guard, K P, 
King w, [Newman's cottages] 

McCormack Samuel, manufactur- 
er, 326 Montreal 

McCormick Mrs Sarah, [wid 
Capt Wm] 2 Nolan's lane 

McCormack Thos, clerk. Centre 

McCormick Thomas, watchman, 
Russell 

McCoy John, carpenter, Pronte- 
nac 

McCready David, shipper, 50 
O'Kill 

McCullough Geo, cabman, 443 
Brock 

McCullough James, 46 Colborne 



McCuUa James, salesman, 111 

Bay 
McCullough John, machinist, 60 

Colborne 
McCullough Mrs Martha, [wid 

Chas] 70 Ontario 
McCullough Samuel, pohceman, 

324 Barrie 
McCullough Wm, ship carpenter, 

33 Main 
McCullough \V G, mechanical 

engineer. Fire Dep't 
McCumiskey Mrs Alice, grocer, 

Wellington, cor Queen 
McCune Harry, tinsmith, 225 

Earl 
McCutcheon Alex, tinsmith, 404 

Brock 
McCutcheon Mrs Ann (wid Thos) 

95 Division 
McCutcheon Mrs Elizabeth (wid 

Wm), 404 Brock 
McCutcheon John, lineman, 237 

Sydenham 
McCutcheon Wm, baker, 340 

Johnston 
McDermott Mrs Dora, Hickson 

ave 
McDermott J F, carriage manu- 
facturer, 388 King e 
McDermott John, brakeman, 

Hickson ave 
McDermott Thomas, conductor, 

Hickson ave 
McDonald Miss A, 80 Earl 
McDonald Alex, baker, 272 Prin- 
cess 
McDonald Allan, 27 Pembroke 
McDonald Mrs Catharine (wid 

Allen), 62 Ontario 
McDonald Duncan L, 169 Clergy 
McDonald Mrs Ellen (wid Angus) 

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McDonald Francis, clerk P 0, 
264 Wellington 

McDonald G A, law clerk, 247 
Brock 

Macdonald Geo, harnessmaker, 
53 Princess 

MacDonald Mrs Hannah [wid 
Hugh] , 303 Alfred 

Macdonald Hector, shoemaker, 
125 Ordnance 

McDonald Capt J A, traveler, 159 
Montreal 

McDonald John, baker, 272 Prin- 
cess 

Macdonald John, Secretary 
and Librarian Public School 
Board, 34 Montreal, h 65 
Rideau 

McDonald John, laborer, 62 On- 
tario 

McDonald John A, inspector 
weights and measures, 687 
Princess 

McDonald John A, carpenter, 288 
Queen 

MacDonald Mrs Maria [wid Jno] 
468 Brock 

McDonald Martm, laborer, Mark- 
land 

McDonald Mrs Michael, 406 
Montreal 

McDonald Mrs, 1 Nolan's Lane 

McDonald Roderick, door-knob 
manufacturer, 29 Pembroke 

McDonald Roderick, spinner, 
Clarence 

Macdonnell Mrs Christopher, 86 
Pine 

Macdonnell Geo M, Q 0, 
Macdonnell & Mudie, Univer- 
sity ave, cor Stuart 

Macdonnell Mrs Mary Ann [wid 
Archie] , CoUingwood 



Macdonnell & Mudie, G M 

Macdonnell, Q C, John Mudie, 
B A, barristers, 38 Clarence 

McDougall John, clerk, Syden- 
ham, cor Bay 

McDowall Mrs Henrietta [wid 
Jamesl , 146 Division 

McDowell, r j is now 

occupying his own new 
premises, and with great 
ly reduced expenses is 
able to offer greater bar- 
gains than ever. Do not 
purchase anything in the 
musical line till after you 
have visited his ware- 
rooms, tuning and re- 
pairing promptly attend- 
ed to. Tel. No. 60. 471 
Princess. Branch at Cape 
Vincent, N. Y. 
McEwen Alex, printer, 258 Alfred 
McEwen Daniel, 39 Ordnance 
McEwen Geo, shoemaker, 282 

University ave 
McEwen John, clerk, 258 Alfred 
McEwen Jno, laborer, 258 Alfred 
McEwen John F, engineer, 41 

Ordnance 
McEwen Oscar, salesman, Alfred 
McEwen Wm, laborer, 28 Cowdy 
MacFadden Miss Anna, boarding, 

179 Queen 
McFadden Edward, cabdriver, 

Patrick 
McFadden Mrs Margaret [wid 

Alexander] , 583 Division 
McFarland Chas, stenographer, 

21 Colborue 
McFarland Geo, 21 Colborne 
McFarlane Robt, carpenter, 243 
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McFarlane Kobt, shoemaker, 171 

Sydennam 
McFaul Michael, engineer, 254 

Barrie 
McFaul R, dry goods, 180 Prin- 
cess, h 269 Queen 
McFaul Robt, 271 Queen 
McGall James, shoemaker, 19 

Union w 
McGall John, clerk, 19 Union w 
McGrill Arch, clerk, 21 Main 
McGill John, stovefitter, Victoria 
McGillivray James, machinist, 

Earl 
MacGillivray, Rev M, pastor 

Chalmer's Church, 193 Brock 
McGinnis Owen, prop Western 

bouse, 164 Johnston 
McGinnis Thos, 13 Charles 
McGlade Captain Peter, yacht, 

" Wherenow," 156 Rideau 
McGlynn Mrs John, 137 Montreal 
McGoIdrick Mrs B. Twid Michael] 

92 Ontario 
McGowan George A, cigar 
manufacturer, "La Flor 
de Frontenac," * Duke of 
Connaught," 'She," ''Bis- 
marck," ''Banker's 
Daughter," "Le Clown," 
43 Brock, cor King 
McGowan Mrs James, confection- 
er, 377 King e 
McGowan James, bds 70 Princess 
McGowan Thos, bds 70 Princess 
McGrath Mrs Annie, [wid Mich.] 

88 Arch 
McGrath Edward, carpenter, 143 

Ordnance 
McGrath Mrs Ellen, 128 Ord- 
nance 
McGrath John, print'r 222 King e 



McGrenhen Robert, laborer, Bev- 
erely 

McGuin Mrs Ann, [wid Daniel] 
Mack 

McGuire Anthony, drover, 811 
Princess 

McGuire Thomas, butcher, 848 
Princess 

McGuire Thomas, fish dealer, 210 
Queen 

McGuirk Mrs Mary, [wid Arthur] 
31 Division 

Mcllgorm Robert, blacksmith, 25 
Ontario 

Mcllquham, James, plasterer. 
Nelson 

Mcllroy Mrs Elizabeth, (wid Wm) 
45 King w 

Mcllroy John, clerk, 216 Colborne 

Mcllroy John laborer, 15 Pine 

Mcllroy Wm. laborer, 10 Pine 

Mcllroy Wright, traveler, 216 
Colborne 

Mcintosh Henry, sexton Chal- 
mers' Church, 316 Brock 

Mclntyre Alex, shoemaker, 109 
Ordnance 

Mclntyre D M, B A, [Mcln- 
tyre & Mclntyre] h 231 Divi- 
sion 

Mclntyre Miss Helen, teacher, 
231 Division 

Mclntyre Miss Isabella, teacher, 
231 "Division 

Mclntyre John,Q C., [Mcln- 
tyre & Mclntyre] h 28 Syden- 
ham w 

Mclntyre John, carpenter, 85 
Colborne 

Mclntyre & Mclntyre, [John 
Mclntyre, Q C, D M Mclntyre, 
B A.,] barristers, 304 King e 



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Mclver J B, accountant and 
insurance agent, 38 Clarence, 
h 162 Barrie 

Mclver Thos, mason, 451 Divi- 
sion 

McKane James, mechanic, 100 
Wellington 

McKay Mrs James, laundress, 
Montreal 

McKay, J B. principal Busi- 
ness College, h 4 Colborne 

McKay John, clerk, 61 Sydenham 

McKay John, [J McKay & Co] 
h 61 Sydenham 

McKay John & Co, leather dealers 
162 Princess 

McKay Mrs, 44 Young 

MacKay Philip, moulder, 125 
Montreal 

McKee Andrew, plasterer, 212 
Barrie 

McKee Miss Isabella, 15 York 

McKee John, laborer, 266 Queen 

McKee John, carpenter, 8 Plum 

McKee Joseph, painter, 256 Uni- 
versity ave 

McKee Kobt H, painter, 15 York 

McKee Samuel H, broommaker, 
15 York 

McKee Capt Wm, mariner, 256 
University ave 

McKegney Patrick, carter, 16 
Place d'Armes 

McKelvey & Birch, plumbers, 
tinsmiths and plumbers' sup- 
plies, 69-71 Brock 

McKelvey John, McKelvey & 
Birch, h 186 Begot 

McKelvey K J, clerk, 136 Bagot 

McKenna Mrs Bridget [wid Bern- 
ard] , Dufferin 

McKenna Pat, hostler, Windsor 
hotel, r 807 Johnston 



McKenna Wm A, pedlar, 3 Chat- 
ham terrace, Chatham 

McKenty A, laborer, Eussell 

McKenty John, laborer, Eussell 

McKenty John, 362 Johnston 

McKenzie A A, mariner, 46 Di- 
vision 

McKenzie Donald, carpenter, 788 
Princess 

McKenzie Geo, purser Pierrepont, 
81 WeUington 

Mackenzie G P, ledger-keeper, 
bank B N A, 132 Wellington 

MacKenzie J D, M D Union w 

McKenzie John, coachman, 3 Di- 
vision 

McKernan Stephen, 297 Johnston 

McKillop Mrs Catharine [wid 
Alex] , 21 Johnston 

McKim John, laborer, 58 Quebec 

McKim Peter, hide inspector, 250 
Alfred 

McKnight James, laborer, Dur- 
ham 

McKnight John, turnkey, 17 
Young 

McLaughlin J, confectioner, 222 
Princess 

McLaughlin James, mason, 25 
James 

McLaughlin James, confectioner, 
153 Brock 

McLaughlin Patrick, prop 
Windsor hotel. Princess, cor 
Montreal. See advt 

McLaughlin — , 278 Sydenham 

Maclean Andrew, grocer, 272 On- 
tario, h King e 

McLennan E J, clerk, American 
Express Co, Union w 

McLennan Mrs Sarah [wid Jno] 
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McLeod Mrs Ann [wid SamuelJ , 
Bagot, Cbadwick's Yard 

McLeod Mrs Ann [wid Samuel] , 
65 Bay 

McLeod Mrs Helen [wid Simon] , 
193 University Ave 

McLeod James, machinist, 6 Vic- 
toria terrace, Montreal 

McLeod John, plainiug factory. 
Place d'Armes 

McLeod Neil, 1] 3 Alfred 

McMahon A C, ins agent, 230 
Barrie 

McMahon Alex, laborer. 84 Up- 
per William 

McMahon A J, dry goods, 102 
Priucess 

McMahon Allen, clerk, 74 Wel- 
lington 

McMahon Andrew, (T Mc- 
Mahon & Co) h 81 Earl 

McMahon Mrs Ann, Beverley 

McMahon A W, salesman, Bagot 

McMahon Bros, hardware, 
85-87 Princess 

McMahon Mrs Harriet, (wid Geo) 
116 Earl 

McMahon John, contractor, 74 
Wellington 

McMahon John T, (McMah- 
on Bros) h 21 Sydenham w 

McMahon Robert, painter, 34 Up- 
per William 

McMahon Mrs Margaret, (wid 
Edward) 90 Bagot 

McMahon Miss Mary Ann, 214 
William 

McMahon T & Co, painter & 
paper hangers. Brock cor Bagot 

McMahon Thomas, 186 Bagot 

McMahon Wm, farmer, Beverley 

McManus John, ship carpenter, 
106 Ontario 



McManus John, storekeeper, K 

A, 74 Union e 
McMarran, Wm, 222 Sydenham 
McMaster, Alex, broommaker, 

357 Division 
McMaster James, laborer, 395 

Division 
McMaster John H, laborer, 142 

Pine 
McMaster Wm, laborer, 110 

Bagot 
McMillan Alex, Capt S A, 187 

Union w 
McMillan Alex, Prison Gate 

Home, 199 Wellington 
McMillan Arch'd, storekeeper, 

K P, 336 Brock 
McMillan Chas, 291 Brock 
McMillan Miss Jane, 135 Clergy 
McMillan Miss Janette, teacher, 

135 Clergy 
McMillan John, engineer, 36 

Union e 
McMillan Malcourt, sailor, 119 

Ordnance 
McMillan Richard, pianomaker, 3 

First 
McMillan Samuel, traveler, 105 

Wellington 
McMorine Rev John K, rector St 

James Church, 150 Barrie 
McMorine Wm, clerk Merchants 

Bank, Barrie cor Union 
McMuUan Joseph blacksmith, 54 

Wellington 
McMuUen laborer, 261 Princess 
McNab r, 78 Sydenham 
McNab Mrs J, (wid Colin) 78 

Sydenham 
McNally Andrew, moulder, 160 

Rideau 
McNamee Hugh printer, 38 Up- 
per William 

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McNamee Hugh, driver, 19 Union 

McNamee James, laborer, 11 
Ellice 

McNamee Mrs Maggie, ] wid Wm] 
118 Johnston 

McNamee Mrs Margaret, [wid 
James] 212 University ave 

McNamee Miss E, dressmaker, 
108 Princess 

McNamee Wm, laborer, 33 Upper 
William 

McNaney Mrs Mary, [wid Robt] 
118 Johnston 

McNaughton Arch'd, operator, 
107 Wellington 

McNaughton & Co. props 
Grand All Wool Clothing house, 
191 Princess 

McNaughton John, [Mc- 
Naughton & Co] h 49 Clergv 

McNeill A W, plumber, 148 John- 
ston 

McNeill Chas, 306 University ave 

McNeil John, 76 Johnston 

McNeill Neil, plumber & gas 
fitter, 66 Brock, ii 148 John- 
ston 

McNeill W J, flour & feed. 65 
Brock, h Rideau 

McNiven P C, mechanical en- 
gineer, bds 132, Wellington 

McParland J, wholesale and 
retail hquors, 341 King e, h 
106 Bagot 

MacPherson A F, accountant, 158 
Earl 

MacPherson Mrs Maria [wid 
John] Princess 

MacPherson Miss, Brock 

MacPherson Richard, immigrant 
agent, 154 Johnston 

McQuaide Mrs Catharine, 328 
Queen 



McQuaid John, ship carpenter, 

Russell 
McQuaid J S, asst undertaker, 76 

Princess 
McQuaig Mrs Henry, 72 Welling- 
ton 
McQuarry Thos, greman, 609 

Division 
McQuillis Stephen, moulder, r 87 

Johnston 
MacQuisten Alex, accountant, 

414 King e 
McRaeBros, [RWR, WD. 

D H & E J B] , retail grocers, 

Golden Lion block, Wellington 

cor Brock 
McRaeD H, [McRae Bros] , h 

Garratt 
McRae E J B, [McRae Bros,] 

h 164 Earl 
McRae RWR. [McRaeBros] 

h 102 Earl 
McRae W D. [McRae Bros] h 

124 Barrie 
McRae W R, [W R McRae & 

Co] h 164 Earl 
McRae W R & Co, wholesale 

grocers. Golden Lion block, 

Wellington 
McRea Thos W, carriagemaker, 

477 Princess 
McRea Wm, moulder. 216 Mon- 
treal 
McReady Wm, engineer, Fronte- 

nac 
McRossie Wm, lumber, 248 On- 
tario, h 8 Wellington 
McSorley Daniel, engineer, 5 

Frontenac terrace, Division 
McTaggart Miss Marv, milUner, 

176 Wellington, h520 King e 
McVety A F, M D, R OS, 

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McVety Robert, carpenter, 426 

Division 
McVety Wilson, clerk, 426 Divi- 
sion 
McWaters James, driver, 208 

Colborne 
McWhinnay Hugh, sailor, 28 

Upper William 
McWilliams Mrs Mary (wid 

Chas), 307 Bagot 
Maccarow Mrs Helena (wid Dan'l) 

188 William 
Macarrow P H, ass't P Inspec, 

188 William 
Machar J M, M A, barrister, 

88 Clarence, h 21 Sydenham 
Mackerras Mrs M (wid John), 34 

Wellington 
Mackie iiev John, pastor St 

Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 

Clergy, cor Princess 
Macnee F H, clerk. Union, cor 

Bagot 
Macnee & Miimes, (James 

Minnes, W H Macnee, W T 

Minnes.) wh dry goods, 245 

Bagot 
Macnee W H, Macnee & 

Minnes, h 107 Bagot 
Madden E J, cheese-buyer, Clar- 
ence, cor Ontario 
Madden James, engineer, 302 

Barrie 
Madden J W, manufacturer, 324 

Alfred 
Madden Michael, engineer, 18 

Bideau 
Madden Patrick, guard K P, 

Livingston ave 
Maddigan Edward, laborer, 298 

Montreal 
Maddocks Wm, blacksmith, 27 

University ave 



Madill Jas, Presbyterian student, 
127 Union w 

Madill James A, traveler, 15 Col- 
borne 

Magill A E, salesman, 247 Brock 

Magill Miss J, bds Anglo-Ameri- 
can hotel 

Magnett Mrs Daniel, 9 Ontario, 
Railway cottages 

Maguire John, letter carrier, 121 
William 

Maguire Miss Mary, 56 Welling- 
ton 

Maguire W H, caretaker Cricket 
field, 154 Johnston 

Mahoney James, carter. Orchard 

Mahoney Michael, laborer, 16 
Johnston 

Mahood Robt, 219 Queen 

Mahood W J, fancy goods, 113 
Princess st, h 219 Queen 

Maiden Mrs Robt, 25 Main 

Maiden Wm J, pianomaker, 25 
Main 

Makins Wm, grain buyer, 231 
Barrie 

Malefant Francis, diver. 17 
Rideau 

Mallen James, wood merchant, 
Cataraqui, h 170 Rideau 

Mallen Lawrence, laborer, Hick- 
son ave 

Mallen Patrick, laborer, 12 Pine 

Mallett Adelbert, mariner, 409 
King e 

Mallett Capt J, tug Regina, 409 
King e 

Malligau J A, laborer, Bagot 

Malloch Mrs C H (wid F H) 186 
King e 

Malone Capt AH, str D D Cal- 
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Maloney Mrs Ellen (wid Patrick), 

Raglan rd 
Maloney John, blacksmith, 77 

Pine 
Malone Mrs Sarah (wid George), 

205 William 
Malone Thos, upholsterer, 208 

King e 
Mandeville Joseph, ship carpenter 

21 Ontario, Railway cottages 
Manion Mrs Ann, 103 Queen 
Mann Geo, laborer, Dufferin 
Mann Mrs Mary (wid John), 

Dufferin 
Mann Thos, mason, Dufferin 
Manning E J, driver, 28 Johnston 
Mansell John, carpenter, 89 Earl 
Marceau Mrs Mary (wid John), 8 

Rideau 
Marchand Chas, melter, 22 Earl 
Marchand Edward, engineer, 60 

Bay 
Marchand Wm, cabinetmaker, 

367 Bagot 
Mark Jas, stone-cutter, Beverley 
Marriott George, 387 Brock 
Marrison Wm J, carriagemaker, 

95 York 
Marsh Alexander, laborer, 60 Elm 
Marsh Mrs EUzabeth, 60 Elm 
Marsh Harold, Regent 
Marsh Jas, engineer, 124 Bagot 
Marsh John W, storeman, 64 Elm 
Marsh Robt, laborer, 679 Princess 

cor Smith 
Marsh W, street car conductor, 

123 Princess 
Marshll Chas, melter, 45 Bay 
Marshall Mrs C S, 247 Brock 
Marshall Prof D H, Queen's Col- 
lege, Centre 
Marshall Edward, finisher, 308 

Queen 



Marshall Mrs Elizabeth (wid Jno) 

Albert 
MS'I'ShS'll F 0, cabinetmaker 
and upholsterer, 268-5 Prin- 
cess 
Marshall Henry, laborer, Hickson 

ave 
Marshall Jas, carter, 253 Queen 
Marshall Jas, shipper, 282 Queen 
Marshall John, clerk, 68 Colborne 
Marshall John, Editor News, 11 

Colborne 
Marshall R G. engineer, 16 

Rideau 
Marshall Robt, clerk, 282 Queen 
Marshall Samuel, traveler, 109 

York 
Marshall Samuel, accountant, 

466 Brock 
Marshall William, salesman, 282 

Queen 
Marshall Wm, agent, 225 Bagot 
Martig Jacob, 675 Division 
Martig John, dairyman, 675 Di- 
vision 
Martin A R, grocer, 266 Princess 
h 267 Brock 

MARTIN H. fire insur- 
ance agency, 88 Brock, 
representing the follow- 
ing companies : 

CAPITAL 

Scottish Union and National $30,000,000 

Imperial Insurance Company 7,786,696 

British Empire Life 6,000,000 

Norwich and London Accident 1,020,000 

Phoenix of Hartford Fire U, 000,000 

London Guarantee and Accident. . . . 850,000 

Prompt attention and low- 
est rates, h 321 Univer- 
sity ave 

Martin Chas, 13 Balaclava 

Martin Chas, painter, 216 Prin- 
cess 



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Martin Mrs Emily (wid Peter), 
19 O'Kill 

Martin E R, auctioneer, 86 Brock 
h 460 Brock 

Martin Henry, traveler, bds 44 
Clergy 

Martin Iva, prof R M C, bds 
Hotel Frontenac 

Martin Capt Jas, tug Jessie Hall, 
23 ElUce 

Martin Mrs James, 53 Charles 

Martin Jas, painter, 47 Main 

Martin John F, pamter, 75 Ord- 
nance 

Martin J W, carpenter, 349 Brock 

Martin Louis, night clerk, Windsor 
hotel 

Martin Mrs Margaret (wid Wm), 
60 William 

Martin Miss Mary. 225 a Well- 
ington 

Martin Misses, private school, 168 
King e 

Martin's Opera House, W 
Martin, prop, 218 Princess 

Martin W 0, saddlery hard- 
ware, 216 Princess, h 116 Gore 

Martinelli Luchiano, packer, 285 
Sydenham 

Maroin Mrs Mary, 313 Montreal 

Masker Edward, sea grass manu- 
facturer, 641 Princess 

Marson Henry, ship carpenter, 
129 Bagot 

Mason Samuel, sailor, 380 Prin- 
cess 

Massie Jas, V S, 237 Bagot 

Massie John, patternmaker, 157 
Raglan 

Massie Mrs Martha (wid Michael) 
r 87 Johnston 

Massie William, carpenter, 385 
Barrie 



Massie William, carpenter, 155 
Raglan 

Matthews Mrs Catharine, grocer, 
Sydenham, 1 Devonshire ter- 
race 

Matthews Thos, laborer, 22 Ellice 

Matthews Wra, coachman, Bev- 
erley 

Maund Chas, clerk, 165 Bagot 

Maveil Wm, laborer, 76 a On- 
tario 

Maxam Alfred, mechanic. 12 
Redan 

Maxam Geo, laborer, Rideau 

Maxwell Charles, mechanic, bds 
Globe hotel 

Maxwell Geo W, clerk, 56 Rideau 

Maxwell Jas, foreman sash and 
door factory, 71 Division 

Mayell John, tailor, 76 Brock 

Meagher Gerald, clerk P 0. 25 
Wellington 

Meagher Mrs Dr James, 184 
Queen * 

Meagher Jas G, sewing machine 
agent, 30 Ellice 

Meagher Martin, laborer, 79 
Bagot 

Meagher Mrs L E [wid Jere- 
miah] , 25 Wellington 

Meagaer Thos, customs officer, 5 
Wellington terrace, Montreal 

Meek Robt, Sec Odd-Fellow's 
Relief Asso, h True Vale, 50 
Earl 

Meek Wm. mechanical supt 
Whig Office, 242 Sydenham 

Meek Wm, laborer, 48 Elm 

Megarry James, policeman, 420 
Johnston 

Megee Robt, moulder. Artillery 
Park 

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Mellard Mrs, 27 Elm 

Melville Mrs Elizabeth [wid Jno] 

104 Gore 
Menary Geo, ship carpenter, 20 

York 
Mendel I, pedlar, 102 Barrack 
Menke Henry, laborer, 6 Pine 
Mercer Joseph, ship carpenter. 

Place d'Armes 
Mercer Mrs Wm, 80 Gore 
Merchants Bank of Canada 
Geo E Hague, manager. King, 
cor William 
Merritt Edward, moulder, 51 Di- 
vision 
Merritt Thos, inspector fisheries, 

137 WiUiam 
Metcalfe Geo, agent, 826 Prin- 
cess 
Metcalfe Jas H, M P P, 826 Prin- 
cess 
Metcalfe John C, butcher, 406 

Brock 
Middleton Harold ^. laborer, Duff- 

erin 
Middleton Mrs Sophia [wid 

Lewis] , 55 Clergy 
Middleton Mrs Susan [wid Robt] 

667 Princess 
Milk Joseph, tailor, 245 Colborne 
MiUan Bros, butchers, 288 On- 
tario 
Millan Cornelius, butcher, Mont- 
real 
Millan Dennis, butcher, 91 Earl 
Millan Jeremiah, 91 Earl 
Millan Mrs Sarah, 407 Princess 
Millard Wm, carpenter, 78 Quebec 
Miller Capt Andrew, Str Islander 

112 Barrack 
Miller Chas. sailor, 14 Patrick 
Miller Henry, letter carrier, 290 
Wellington 



Miller John jr, engineer, 430 

Barrie 
Miller John sr, engineer, 430 

Barrie 
Miller Mrs Mary (wid Henry), 

453 Princess 
Miller M G, tuner, 12 Earl 
Miller Matthew, 210 Sydenham 
Miller Robert, boilermaker. 98 

WilHam 
Miller Robt, carter, 96 William 
Miller Robert, blacksmith, 151 

Bagot 
Miller Thos, 82 Bagot 
Miller W H, manager biscuit fac- 
tory, 157 Alfred 
Miller Wm moulder, Stanley 
Milligan Capt Alex, barge Prussia 

295 Wellington 
Milligan Samuel, mariner, 295 

Wellington 
Mills Andrew, carpenter, 396 

Barrie 
Mills George, 31 Mack 
Mills George, [George Mills & 

Co] h 124 University ave 

Mills & Mills General In- 
surance and Loan Agt's 
Companies represented 
—The Fire Insurance As- 
sociation. Queen Insur- 
ance Co, Northern Assur- 
ance Co. Western Assur- 
ance Co, London Guar- 
antee & Accident Com'y, 
Lloyd's Plate Glass In- 
surance Co, and London 
and Lancashire Life As- 
surance Co. Special at- 
tention to the issuing of 
life and endowment poli- 
cies. Sec Board of Trade. 
Oflace, 79 Clarence. 



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Mills George & Co, props 
Boston Fur store. 170 Welling- 
ton 

Mills John, teacher, 434 Princess 

Mills Mrs Mary, (wid James) 140 
Bagot 

Mills Eobert, ins agent, 434 Prin- 

Mills Thos, [Mills & Mills] h 

122 University ave 
Mills Thos, traveler, 378 Brock 
Mills Thos, trader, 374 Brock 
Mills Thos, T Mills & Co, 120 

University ave 
Mills Thos & Co, hatters, 156 

Princess 
Milne Alex, mariner, 387 Division 
Milne John, clerk, 387 Division 
Milne John, laborer, 387 Divison 
Milne Robert, sailor, 221 Earl 
Milne Peter, printer, 387 Division 
Milne Thos, engineer, 302 Uni- 
versity ave 
Milne T G, [Bassam & Milne] 

res Portsmouth 
Milo Edward, carpenter, Colling- 

wood 
Milo T W, painter 41-3 Montreal 
Milroy Wm, laborer, 50 North 
Mimee A, metal merchaut, 889 

Princess 
Mimmes Miss Agnes, teacher, 495 

Prmcess 
Minnes & Bums, dry goods 
& gents' furnishings, 140 Prin- 
cess 
Minnes J A, accountant 69 Union 

east 
Minnes James, 122 Bagot 
Minnes Miss Martha, 385 Prin- 
cess 
Minnes R A, M A, medical stu- 
dent, 122 Bagot 



Minnes T D, [Minnes & Burns] 
h 495 Princess 

Minnes W T, (Macnee & Min- 
nes) h 124 Bagot 

Minnie Alfred, laborer, 1 1 Young 

Minshull Wm, machinist, 850 
Brock 

Mitchell Alex, laborer, 105 Bagot 

Mitchell Mrs Ann, (wid John B) 
74 Earl 

Mitchell E C, druggist, 124 
Princess h 47 Clergy 

Mitchell G H, teller Ontario 
Bank, bds 13 Maitland 

Mitchell Isaac, jeweler, 167 
Bagot 

Mitchell Mrs Isabella, (wid Jas) 
328 Brock 

Mitchell James, mason, 68 Arch 

Mitchell James, laborer, 63 Bay 

Mitchell James Bagot (Chadwick's 
yard) 

Mitchell J C, contractor, 185 
William 

Mitchell J 0, printer, 74 Earl 

Mitchell Mrs Margaret, (wid 
Frank) Bagot [Chadwick yard] 

Mitchell Mrs, 63 Bay 

Mitchell Peter, 28 Barrie 

Mitchell Rev S L, pastor Calvary 
Congregational Church, 69 Col- 
borne 

MODEL STEAM LAUN- 
DRY, Bassam & Milne, 
props, 46 Princess St., 
(one door below King.) 
Work done on short no- 
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guaranteed first-class. 
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Mitchell Wm, Supt Job Eoom 
Whig, h 105 Bagot 

Mitchell Wm, baker, 80 Quebec 

Moles Richard, 437 Barrie 

Moncrief Peter, guard K P, Liv- 
ingston ave 

Moncrief W G, manr'g South- 
wick Oil Co, Brock 

Monks Peter, laborer, 246 Earl 

Montgomery Eobert, dyer, 225 
Princess 

Montgomery S S, salesman, 225 
Princess 

Montreal Transportation 
Oo, P R Henderson, Managing 
Director, foot Queen 

Moon Robt, laborer, 14 Alma 

Mooney Robert, machinist, 19 
Division 

Mooney Thos, foreman CoUiusby 
Rafting Co, 20 Stuart 

Mooers H & Co, grain, foot Prin- 
cess 

Mooer Daniel, laborer, 250 Uni- 
versity ave 

Mooers George, 500 Princess 

Mooers Henry, grain merchant, 
90 Barrie 

Mooers Wesley, 250 University 
ave 

Moore Andrew, clerk, 110 Earl 

Moore Daniel, grain shoveller, 144 
Montreal 

Moore David, blacksmith, 14 
Cherry 

Moore E, Sec-Treas Kmgston 
Light, Heat and Power Co, h 
211 Bagot 

Moore James, machinist, 294 
Johnston 

Moore James, 140 Montreal 

Moore John, engineer, 825 Mont- 
real 



Moore John, laborer, 219 Univer- 
sity ave 
Moore Joseph, 809 Princess 
Moore Mrs Louisa [wid Robert] , 

139 William 
Moore Thos, merchant tailor, 354 

King e. h 148 Earl 
Moore Thomas, grocer, 7 Upper 

William 
Moore Wm, real estate and in- 
surance agent, 90 Brock, h 140 

Bagot 
Moore W J, machinist, 22 York 
Moore W R, marblecutter, 154 

Rideau 
Moran Patrick, moulder, 79 Gore 
Morahan Jas, 98 Wellington 
Morahan Martin, laborer, 98 

Welliogton 
Morahan Patrick, moulder, 98 

Wellington 
Morehead Mrs Mary [wid Wm] , 

60 William 
Moreland Alfred S, prop 

Anglo-American hotel, Ontario, 

cor Johnston 
Morgan Hugh, agent, 291 Prin- 
cess 
Morgan Wm, V S, 291 Princess 
Morrissey John, messenger, res 

Post Office 
Morris Mrs Emanuel, dressmaker 

154 Raglan 
Morrison Mrs Ann [wid Robert] , 

169 Pine 
Morrison Mrs Catharine [wid 

Michjel] , 96 Clergy 
Morrison Daniel 96 Clergy 
Morrison Francis, machinist, 56 

Division 
Morrison J, moulder, 88 Quebec 
Morrison John, caretaker, 89 

Queen 



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Morrison Joseph, carpenter, 27 
First 

Morrison Wm, patternmaker, 416 
King e 

Mostyn Edwin, clerk City hotel 

Mouck Henry, barber, 493 Prin- 
cess 

Mouck Wm Henry, driver, 493 
Princess 

Moulton Clarence, carpenter, 453 
Division 

Mowat Geo, 226 Division 

Mowat Henry, mason, 224 Di- 
vision 

Mowat Prof John B, Queen's 
College, 180 Jobntson 

Moxley Robt, blacksmith, 74 
York 

Moxley Wm, blacksmith, John- 
ston 

Moyers Mrs Mary [wid Henry] , 
335 .Johnston 

Moyle Vivian, Centre 

Movie Mrs Martha [wid G K] , 
Centre 

Moystan Mrs 131 Colborne 

Mickler Wm, agent, 33 Union 

Muckleston Mrs Ann, [wid 
Samuel] 226 King e 

Muckleston J & Co, whole- 
sale & retail hardware, 71-73 
Princess 

Muckleston John S, [John 
Muckleston & Co] h 31 King e 

Mudie John, B A, [Macdonnell 
& Mudie] h King cor West 

Mudie Wm, 194 University ave 

Mulholland Mrs Bridget (wid 
Thomas), 110 Barrie 

Mulholland Jas, machinist, 184 
Barrie 

Mulligan Samuel, 282 Sydenham 

Mulligan Wm, laborer, Beverley 



Mullin Edward, manager 
Brabant Needle Co, h 32 
Union w 

Mullin James, weighman, 72 
Bagot 

Mullin Patrick, pianomaker, 42 
Ordnance 

Mullins John, laborer, bds 102 
Eideau 

Mulroney Dennis, laborer. Hick- 
son ave 

Mundell D E, M D, 166 Syden- 
ham 

Mundell John, M D, 11 Montreal 

Mundell Mrs Mary (wid David), 
59 Arch 

Mundell Wm, B A, barrister, 
151 WeUingtou, h 59 Arch 

Munroe Charles, engineer, bds 
Stanley house 

Munroe Fred, laborer, Stephen 

Munroe James, miner, 3 St 
Catharines 

Munroe .John, machinist, 232 
Barrie 

Munroe Mrs Margaret (wid John) 
286 Johnston 

Murch Wm S R, traveler, 68 Earl 

Murphy Capt Daniel, tug, 80-2 
Rideau 

Murphy James, carpenter, 189 
Montreal 

Murphy James, laborer, 66 Bay 

Murphy John, carpenter, 183 
Alfred 

Murphy John B, summer resi- 
dence, Edge Hill, 305 King w, 
winter residence, Montreal, P 
box, 1116 

Murphy L W, grocer, 55 Princess 

Murphy Thomas, engineer, 35 
Rideau 

Murphy Thos, painter, Cataraqui 

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Murphy Wm, bowling alley, 208 
Wellington 

Murphy Wm, laborer, 835 Prin- 
cess 

Murphy Wm, sailor, 257 Mont- 
real 

Murray Mrs Chas, 4 Wellington 
terrace, Montreal 

Murray Edward, clerk, 4 Well- 
ington terrace, Montreal 

Murray Francis, laborer,, 52 Bay 

Murray Mrs Francis (wid Juo C), 
230 University ave 

Murray Geo, sailor, 48 O'Kill 

Murray Capt Jas, tug Thompson, 
106 Clergy 

Murray James, engineer, 386 Di- 
vision 

Murray John, currier, 17 Charles 

Murray Capt Jos, tug Bronson, 20 
Bideau 

Murray Bandal B, laborer, 48 
Charles 

Murray & Taylor, W J Mur- 
ray, A D Taylor, staple and 
fancy dry goods, 114 Princess 

Murray William, coachman, 141 
King e 

Murray W J, Murray & Taylor 
h 217 Bagot 

Murray Wm J, grain shoveler, 11 
Vine 

Murray, W, auctioneer, 31 Brock 

Murtagh Rev Thos, Roman 
Catholic, 226 Johnston 

Myers Henry J, grocer, Barrie, 
cor Colborne 

Myers Mrs Thomas, 316 John- 
ston 

Nash Mrs Mary (wid Wm), 416 
Johnston 

Nash T W, Sec-Treas K ife P RR, 
144 Union w 



Naylor Patrick, laborer, 207 
Montreal 

Neish James, student, 177 Queen 

NeeloD Sylvester, flour & feed 
David Hutchison, manager 113 
Brock 

Neill John, traveler, 220 King e 

Neill Mrs Mary (wid Peter), 119 
Bagot 

Neill Wm, letter carrier. 127 Di- 
vision 

Neilson Surgeon-Major J 
L H. R S G, res Barracks 

Neish Wm, clerk, customs, 308 
University ave 

Nelson Miss Elizabeth, 204 a 
Bagot 

Nelson Miss Kathleen, 163 Bagot 

Nelson John, carter, 150 Rideau 

Nelson John, Sr, 152 Bagot 

Nesbit Duncan, carpenter, 25 
Main 

Nesbitt Robt W, policeman, 215 
Colborne 

Nesbitt Mrs Sarah (wid James), 7 
Upper William 

Nevens Wm, conductor, 91 Cat- 
araqui 

Neville Michael, clerk, 297 Uni- 
versity ave 

Neville Rev V, Roman Catho- 
lic, 225 Johnston 

Newberry Harry, salesman, 177 
Queen 

Newell Lewis, laborer, 51 Bagot 

Newell Napoleon, laborer, 37 
Charles 

Newell Mrs Sophia (wid Robt), 
53 Bay 

Newell Wm, sailor, 112 Raglan 

Newlands A, builder, 184 Ord- 
nance 



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Newlands A P, teacher, 383 

Barrie 
Newlands Geo, contractor, 506 

Princess 
Newlands Isaac, builder, 184 

Ordnance 
Newlands John, mason, 168 Nel- 
son 
Newlands Richard, tobacconist, 

70 Princess, h 827 Barrie 
Newlands Wm, architect, 322 

King e, h 17 Mack 
Newlands Wm, clerk, 833 Barrie 
Newlands Wm, sr, mason, 338 

Barrie 
Newman Henry W, accountant, 

King w, Newman's cottages 
Newman Sergt, 362 Barrie 
Newman William, carpenter, 84 

William 
Newman Wm, machinist, 212 

Rideau 
Newman Wm, guard K P, King 

w, Newman's cottages 
Newton John, carpenter, 58 Col- 
borne 
Newton Thos, cab driver, 111 

Eaglan 
Newton Thomas jr, carter, 111 

Eaglan 
Nichols Chas, laborer, 4 Bay 
Nichols Mrs EUzabeth (wid 

Samuel), 4 Bay 
Nicholson Rev Prof A B, B A, 

Queen's College, 123 Union w 
Nicholson Alexander, moulder, 43 

Main 
Nicholson David, 425 Brock 
Nicholson John, laborer, 33 Main 
Nicholson Mrs Margaret (wid 

Mark), 92 Bay 
Nicholson Robert, carpenter, 92 

Bay 



Nicholson Thos, carpenter, 346 
University ave 

Nicholson Thos, carter, 41 Main 

Nicholson Thos, butcher, 136 On- 
tario, h 116 William 

Nicholson Wm, blacksmith, 13 
Redan 

Nickle Mrs Ellen (wid Wm), 130 
Earl 

Nickle Wm, student, 130 Earl 

NicoUe John, bookkeeper, 295 
Alfred 

NicoU John, 91 Bay 

Nsibet F, bookseller and sta- 
tioner. Brock, cor Wellington 

Nobes John, carpenter, 238 Well- 
ington 

Nobes Wm, carpenter and grocer, 
52 Union w 

Nolan James, sexton, 329 Brock 

Nolan John, engineer, 45 Main 

Nolan John, laborer, 273 Syden- 
ham 

Nolan Martin, carpenter, 296 Di- 
vision 

Nolan Michael, sailor, 348 Brock 

Nolan Mrs, 68 North 

Noon Mrs Alice (wid John), 59 
George 

Noonan Capl D, Rideau Belle, 
Rideau 

Norris James, prop Ottawa 
hotel, Princess, cor Ontario 

Norris Jas, traveler, 94 Queen 

Norris Mrs Jane (wid James), 54 
Bagot 

Norris Samuel, quarry man, 437 
Alfred 

Norris W H, traveler, 171 Clergy 

Northmore Geo, baker, 31 Main 

Norton Fred, Guelph, assayest, 
Collingwood 



standard Life 



Issues Policies -which are uacon- 
ditional as to occupation, residence 
or travel. 



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Noxon B D, Noxon & Rockwell 
h 333 Johnston 

NOXON & ROCKWELL, 
B D Noxon, J Rockwell, 
wholesale and retail 
dealers in Fine Boots, 
Shoes, Rubbers. Trunks 
and Valises. Fine Goods 
a specialty. 145 Princess 
cor Bagot. 

Nugent Edward, finisher, 241 
University ave 

Nugent Mrs Elizabeth (wid Thos) 
19 Johnston 

Nugent James, Nugent & 
Taylor, h 391 Brock 

Nugent Mrs Patrick, 292 Mont- 
real 

Nugent Peter, clerk, 19 Johnston 

Nugent Robert, laborer, Raglan 
road 

Nugent & Taylor, James 
Nugent Henry Taylor, plumb- 
ers, tinsmiths and stove deal- 
ers, 183 Wellington 

Nuttall Geo, blacksmith, 46 Place 
d'Armes, 247 Montreal 

O'Brien Alex, O'Brien & How- 
land, h 204 Sydenham 

O'Brien Edward, laborer, 25 Di- 
vision 

O'Brien & Rowland, Alex 
O'Brien Patrick Howland, 
merchant tailors and gents' 
furnishers, 358 King e 

O'Brien John, laborer, 21 Young 

O'Brien John, porter, 11 York 

O'Brien John, laborer, Markland 

O'Brien John, carter, Russell 

O'Brien Lawrence, engineer, 67 
Union w 

O'Brien Patrick, moulder, 176 
Montreal 



O'Brien Thos, ship carpenter, 18 

Ontario, Railway cottages 
O'Brien Thos, laborer, 34 Cherry 
O'Brien Timothy, shoemaker, 21 

Markland 
O'Connor Daniel, laborer, 216 

Sydenham 
O'Connor Mrs Ethel, 818 Barrie 
O'Connor Jas, salesman, Artillery 

Park 
O'Connor James, bar-tender, 27 

Ontario 
O'Connor John, shoemaker, 379 

King e, h Wellington cor Union 
O'Connor Nicholas, clerk, Artil- 
lery Park 
O'Connor Mrs Patrick, Artillery 

Park 
O'Connor Patrick, miller, 23 

Rideau 
O'Connor Peter, laborer, 25 On- 
tario 
O'Connor Capt Thos, 11 West 
O'Connor James, clerk, Stanley 

house 
O'Connell Mrs Mary (wid James), 

Bagot 
O'Connell Robt, shoemaker, 176 

Montreal 
O'Donnell B, gardener, 254 Earl 
O'Donnell Mrs Ellen (wid Ed), 

25 Young 
O'Donnell John, inland rev, 407 

King e 
O'Donnell Patrick, storekeeper K 

P, 64 Arch 
O'Donnell Thomas, engineer, 26 

Barrie 
O'Hara Henry, laborer, 255 

King e 
O'Hearn Patrick, plumber, 23 

Ontario 



John H6nd6rS0n & Co., pretty patterns, clean and 



85 PRINCESS ST. 



ne-w. 



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O'Leary Wm, boilermaker, Fire 
Station 

O'Mellay Miss B, furrier, 224 
Sydenham 

O'Neil Arthur, laborer, 263 
Sydenham 

O'Neil Chas, laborer, 294 On- 
tario 

O'Neil Edward, laborer, 263 
Sydenham 

O'Neil James, carpenter, 263 
Sydenham 

O'Neil James, laborer, 207 Mont- 
real 

O'Neil John, laborer, 61 Bay 

O'Neil John, Bagot, Chadwick's 
Yard 

O'Neil Patrick, laborer, 368 Bagot 

O'Neil Patrick, laborer, 142 
Eideau 

O'Neil Wm, laborer, 63 Queen 

O'Rielly Felix, laborer, 204 Mont- 
real 

O'Rielly Geo, laborer, 31 King e 

O'Rielly Mrs. 14 Ontario, Rail- 
way cottages 

O'Rielly Patrick, shoemaker, 40 
Colborne 

O'Rielly Thomas, engineer, 313 
Johnston 

O'Rielly Wm, clerk P 0, 93 Wil- 
liam 

O'Rourke Arthur, harnessmaker, 
219 Princess 

O'Rourke Owen, laborer, 21 
Arch 

O'Shea John, laborer, 37 John- 
ston 

O'Shea William, bookkeeper, 291 
Queen 

O'Sullivan William, engineer, 72 
William 

O'Toole Chas, engineer, Markland 



Oberndorffer Henry, traveler, 88 

Queen 
Oberndorffer Simon, cigar 

manufacturer, 89 Princess, h 

88 Queen 
Ockley J V, V Ockley & Sons, h 

117 Princess 
Ockley Thos Or, grocer, 332 Mon- 
treal 
Ockley Vincent, (V Ockley & Sons) 

h 117 Princess 
Ockley Vincent, & Sons, grocers, 

115-117 Princess 
Oddfellows' Relief Asso- 
ciation of Canada, R Meek, 

Sec, 151 Wellington 
Odessa Woollen Mills, George A 

Aylesworth, manager, 262 

Princess 
Odette John, pork curer, Catara- 

qui 
Offord Geo. Sr., boots & shoes, 

127 Princess and 117 Brock, h 

108 Bagot 
Offord Jonathan, asst man'gr 

Whig, 39 Main 
Ohkle Paul, art decorations & 

pianos 182-4 Wellington 
K House, Mrs Owen Kennedy, 

prop., Ontario cor Brock 
Oldfin John, gasfitter, 280 Wel- 
lington 
Oldfin Mrs Mary, (wid John) 282 

Wellington 
Oldham Mrs Jane, (wid John) 35 

Wellington 
Oidrieve George, ship chandler, 7 

Wellington 
Oidrieve & Horn, sail makers, 263 

Ontario 
Oliver A S, M D., 203 King e 
Oliver C G, custom broker, 79 

Clarence, h 279 Wellington 



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Oliver Cfaas, 297 Wellington 

Oliver Chas A, diver, 427 King e 

Oliver GH, hairdresser, 70 Brock, 
h 107 Queen 

Oliver Isaac, carpenter, Dufferin 

Ontario Bank, T Y Greet, 
manager, Wellington cor Clar- 
ence 

Ontario Building & Sav- 
ings Society, James McAr- 
thur, manager, 67 Clarence 

Oram J P, agt Confederation 
Life, 88 Brock, h 305 Univer- 
sity ave 

Orman Wm, mechanic, Miller's 
lane 

Orange John, tailor, 323 Brock 

Orr John, (Richmond, Orr & 
Co) h 213 Bagot 

Orr John, coppersmith, Beverley 

Orr John L, boilermaker, 37 
Princess 

Orrell Thos, painter, 19 Univer- 
sity ave 

Orser Edward, musician, 135 
Colborne 

Orser Horace, laborer, 139 Col- 
borne 

Orser Sidney, carpenter, CoUing- 
wood 

Osborne Geo, Sec K & P Mining 
Co, Bartlett 

Ostler, 168 Rideau 

Ostler Bros, grocers, 259 Univer- 
sity ave 

Ostler Frederick, ins agent, 274 
University ave 

Ottawa Hotel, James Norris, 
Prop, Princess cor Ontario 

Otto C H, bookbinder, 11 Mon- 
treal, h 82 Frontenac 

Otto J J, bookbinder, 32 Fronte- 
nac 



Overend Edward T, teacher, 189 

Clergy 
Packer Joseph, machinist, 24 

Division 
Packer Thos, timekeeper, Loco 

Works, 24 Division 
Page J B, car inspector. North 
Page J B, (J B & Co) h 191 

Johnston 
Page J B & Co, hatters and 

furriers, 138 Princess 

Page J P, 191 Johnston 
Paine S H, 165 King w 
Painter Mrs John, 262 Queen 
Painter Richard, baker, 58 John 

Painter Wm J, machinist, 268 

Queen 
Paladeau Edward, clerk, 106 On- 
tario 
Paladeau Henry, 106 Ontario 
Palmer George, ship builder, 3 

Ontario, (Railway cottages) 
Palmer J E, laborer, 206 Barrie 
Palmer Joseph, moulder, 24 Wil- 
liam 
Palmer, Mrs, 6 Alfred 
Palmer Tiiiiothy, 24 William 
Palmer Mrs N, (wid Wm) 330 

Montreal 
Panell Wm, carpenter, 248 Alfred 
Pappa W, 142 Queen 
Parent Benj, 141 Ordnance 
Parent N, paymaster, K & P Rl, 

141 Ordnance 
Parker Mrs Fanny, (wid Edward) 

198 King e 
Parker Wm, laborer, 299 Mon- 
treal 
Parkhill Henry, salesman, 246 

Princess 
Parkhill J Y, commission agent 
246 Princess 



John Henderson & Co., fand 



86 PRINCESS ST. 



Cook books, Marian Bar- 
's Home, Mrs. Clark's, 
Mrs. Beeton's, etc 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



159 



Parkhill M J, salesman, 246 
Princess 

Parkin G H, grocer, 18 York 

Parkin T M, confectioner, Brock 
cor Wellington 

Parlow A B, student, 242 John- 
ston 

Parsley Eobt, hack driver, On- 
tario cor Queen 

Parson Joseph, (Capt Queen of 
the Lakes) 165 Clergy 

Paul Francis, laborer, 22 Chat- 
nam 

Paul James, moulder, 26 Upper 
William 

Paul Capt John, Supt harbor, 
276 Johnston 

Paul John N, laborer, 22 Chat- 
ham 

Paul W J, jeweler, 26 Upper 
William 

Patch J S, manager Canadian 
& American Express Co's, h 86 
Union e 

Pateneude Oliver, (Capt Celtic) 
378 Barrie 

Patterson David, plumber, 601 
Princess 

Patterson D J, carpenter, 601 Prin- 
cess 

Paterson Capt Francis, mariner, 
163 Union w 

Patterson George, salesman, bds 
Ontario cor Queen 

Patterson Miss Helen, dress- 
maker, 91 Queen 

Patterson John Isaac, carpenter, 
601 Princess 

Patterson John, pound-keeper, 
14 Upper William 

Patterson Capt Matthew, (Sylves- 
ter Neelon), 1 Hales' cottages. 
King w 



Patterson Robert, sailor, 1 Hales 

cottages, King w 
Patterson Robert, 244 Sydenham 
Patterson Robert Wm, painter, 

601 Princess 
Patterson Wm, tinsmith, 205 

University ave 
Patton John, grocer. Division cor 

Main 
Patton Shos, carter, 294 Division 
Payne George, cabinet maker, 

Princess cor Victoria 
Peach Wm, mason, 270 Division 

Pearce Richard P, Ass't Supt 

London Life Ins Co, h 351. 

King e 
Pedler Herbert, carpenter, 130 

Union w 
Peletier Cyrille, tailor, 59 John 
Pelo Dennis, carpenter, 85 Gore 
Pelow Thos, salesman, 289 King e 
Penner Miss, 114 Barrie 
Pense Edward J B, prop, 

British Whig, h 49 King e 
Pense J P, clerk, P 0, 166 Bagot 
Peo & Kilborn, fish dealers, 60 

Brock 
Percy John, cabman, 106 Gore 

Percy John, machinist, 17 Divi- 
sion 
Percy Patrick, laborer, 217 Earl 
Percy Mrs Michael, 215 Earl 
Percy Thos, blacksmith, 27 Union 
Percy Thos, blacksmith, 282 

Earl 
Percy Wm, tailor, 17 Division 
Percy W S, watchmaker, bds 

355 Brock 
Perkins Albert, foreman Kingston 

foundry, Albert 
Perley G E, civil engineer, 2 
Hales' cottages. King w 



^MM Life 



Allows premiums to be paid half yearly 
orquarterly, if desired, -without interest 
Very fe-w companies grantthis privilege 



l6o 



CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Perman John, scourer, Colling- 
wood 

Perry Alfred, machinist, 88 Gore 

Perry Edward, moulder, 55 Divi- 
sion 

Perry N H, driver, 361 Bagot 

Perry man John, plasterer, 63 
Charles 

Peters Henry J, carpenter, 103 
York 

Peters Henry W, mariner, 220 
Division 

Peters J C, 6 Brewery lane 

Peters Mrs Johanna, [wid Hugh] 
grocer. Princess cor Victoria 

Peters Joseph, blacksmith, 72 
Cherry 

Peters, 100 Bagot 

Peters Thomas, hair-dresser, 343 
King e 

Petrie John, bank clerk, 102 Well- 
ington, 4 Park Place 

Pettigruew A D, currier, 153 Col- 
borne 

Phalen Wm, cigarmaker, 6 James 

Phalen Daniel, switchman. Hick- 
son ave 

Phelan Mrs Philip, 364 Barrie 

Phelan Daniel, M D, 246 
Bagot 

Phillips Thomas, groom, 276 On- 
tario 

Phillips T H, accountant, 98 
Bagot 

Phillpotts W E, accountant, 
bank B N A, h Wellington, cor 
Johnston 

Phippen S S, real estate, 20 
Market Sq, h Stuart 

Phippen Mrs B K (wid Samuel), 
206 Bagot 

Pickering Thos, r 168 Bagot 



Pidgeon G H, customs officer, 
229 Barrie 

Pidgeon E P, tinsmith, 69 Arch 

Pierce Albert, laborer, 1 Gray's 
Lane 

Pigion Edward, broommaker, 428 
Barrie 

Pigion James, broommaker, 428 
Barrie 

Pigion Mrs Jane, 428 Barrie 

Pigion John, cabinetmaker, 35 
Upper WiUiam 

Pigion E, gardener, 387 Alfred 

Pillar Wm, 435 Princess 

Pipe W H, hairdresser, 24 Mont- 
real, h 206 Sydenham n 

Pipe William, prop Kingston 
Bottling Works, 261 Princess, 
h 285 Princess 
Pipe Wm, bottler, 333 Queen 
Piper Albert, checker, 19 Wade's 

Lane 
Pittis J A, blacksmith, 264 Uni- 
versity ave 
Plunkett Isaac, laborer, Corrigan 
Plunkett Wm, painter, 11 Corri- 
gan 
Pogue Geo, mason, 10 Vine 
Pogue Eobt, trade instructor K P 

121 Albert 
Pollie Mrs Annie, 190 Ordnance 
PoUie John, tinsmith, 190 Ord- 
nance 
Pollitt Francis, baker, 356 Mont- 
real 
PoUitt Thos, baker, 23 James 
Pollitt Wm, baker, 269 Earl 
Poison N 0, N C Poison & Co, 

h 317 University ave 
Poison NO & Co, druggist. 

232 Princess 
Pope Thos, shoemaker, 23 JEUice 



JOHN HENDERSON & CO., 

86 PRINCESS ST. 



Medical Books al-ways in stock 
Any book published procured 
in a fe-w days. 



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Porteous GEL, manager 

Bank Montreal, res Bank 
Porteous Kev Geo, 300 University 

ave 
Porter Chas, storeman, 133 Bagot 
Porter Frank, porter, Montreal 

Bank, foot Simcoe 
Porter John George, painter, 131 

Queen 
Porter Jas, laborer, 58 Charles 
Porter James, piano tuner, 58 

Charles 
Porter Mrs Margaret ''wid John), 

136 Chatham 
Porter Michael, clerk, 58 Charles 
Porter W A, salesman, 428 Prin- 
cess 
Potter Capt Alex, tug Ranger, 

Collingwood 
Potter Alex, mariner, 405 King e 
Potter John, section man, 219 

Rideau 
Potter Truman, foreman, Mont- 
real 
Potter W H, prop Albion hotel, 

Montreal, cor Queen 
Potts John, laborer, 20 Ontario, 

Railway cottages 
Potts Wm, bar-tender, 77 Gore 
Pound Bros, bakers, Division 
Pound John, baker, 257 Division 
Pound Wesley, engineer, Rideau 
Pound Wm, baker, 387 Barrie 
Powell Chas H, carpenter, 103 

Raglan road 
Powell Mrs Jas, 105 Raglan road 
Powell J W, photographer, 

165 Princess 
Powell Mrs Mary fwid Richard), 

225 e Wellington 
Powell Mrs, 214 Earl 
Power Mrs Charlotte (wid John), 

Montreal, cor Queen 



Power Edward, clerk, 64 Gore 

Power J W, A R C A, Power 
& Son, h 72 Sydenham w 

Power & Son, architects, 
Golden Lion Block, Wellington 

Power T R P, Power & Son, h 
161 Queen 

Power Wm, ship builder, 64 Gore 

Powers John, laborer, 2 Frontenac 
terrace, Division 

Powers John, carpenter, 131 Col- 
borne 

Powers Patrick, baker, 2 Fron- 
tenac terrace. Division 

Powley Joseph, bookkeeper, 187 
Clergy 

Pratt A, plumber, 1 Wellington 
terrace, Montreal 

Pratt Mrs Matilda, laundress, 107 
Ordnance 

Presneil Ely, foreman. 111 Bar- 
rack 

Preston Thomas Arthur, printer, 
bds Union hotel 

Prevost Z, merchant tailor, 
clothier and gents' furnisher, 
55 Brock, h 113 Earl 

Price C V, County Judge, 138 

King e 
Price Robinson, M D, 46 Clergy 
Priest Mrs Isaac, 11 Young 

Prime Mrs Fred, manager of 
Church of England Depository, 
279 King e 
Primo John, grocer, 100 Ontario 
Pringle Ira, blacksmith, Albert 
Pritchard W H, confectioner, 288 

Princess 
Prettie Thomas, mechanic, 451 

Princess 
Prettie Wm, student, 451 Prin- 
cess 

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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



MEALS k LUNCHES AT ALL HOURS. 



DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN CIGARS. 



ProYincial Hotel & Restaurant 

BROCK ST., MARKET SQUARE, 
KINGSXON, - - ONFXAI^IO. 



mt. 



Bar is stocked with all the 
Best Brands of Liquors. 
Foreign and Domes- 
tic Ales. 

House newly fitted up at an 
unlimited cost. 




Sitt 



This is the only place in 

the city having a sum- 
mer garden attached. 

The Best $1 a day house 
in the City. 



J. T. o-^tZjIo^t, - I=»I^o:F»I^IE'X'OI^. 



Provincial Hotel, J T Catlin, 
prop, 35 Brock 

Pugh Fred J, salesman, 224 Di- 
vision 

Pugh Miss Leah, 222 Division 

Pugh Wm, sexton St George's, 
Wellington, cor Johnston 

Purdua John, 47 Upper William 

Purdy Elijah, 373 Brock 

Purdy Frank D, salesman, 246 
University ave 

Purdy James, implement agent, 
42 Princess, h 246 University 
ave 

Pur cell P J, hairdresser, 73 Clar- 
ence 

Purtell William, blacksmith, 25 
Charles 

Purvis Mrs Johanna (wid Paul), 
105 King w 



Purvis John, laborer, 105 King w 
Purvis Miss Margaret, weaver, 

230 Sydenham 
Purvis Thos, laborer, 105 King w 
Pyman Thos, packer, 8 St Cath- 
arine 
Pymor John, laborer, 5 Young 
Pymor Mrs Mary Ann (wid John) 

5 Young 
Quartz John, sailor, 84 York 
Queen's College and Uni- 
versity, Stuart, cor Arch 
Queen's Hotel, Daniel Staley, 

prop, 119-27 Brock 
Quigley James, grocer, 22 John- 
ston 
Quigley Joseph, Depot house, end 

Montreal 
Quigley James, engineer, 31 
Charles 



John Henderson & Co., croquet sets, Tennis 

Sets, Bats and Balls. 



86 PRINCESS ST. 



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Quigley Joseph, custom officer, 
141 William 

Quigley Thos, laborer, 276 Syden- 
ham 

Quiuliven Daniel, laborer, 13 
Upper William 

Quinliven Jno, laborer, 13 Upper 
William 

Quinn Michael, grocer, 306 King e 

Qninn Owen, salesman, bds 380 
Barrie 

Quinn P J, Cousineau, Quinn & 
Corrigan, h 270 Wellington 

Quinn Walter, tanner, 202 Eideau 

Quinn Wm, currier, 202 Rideau 

Quinn Michael, jr, clerk Hub hotel 

Ralph Thomas, engineer, 35 Divi- 
sion 

Ramsay James, apiarist, 258 Vic- 
toria 

Randall George, laborer, 430 
Johnston 

Randall James, laborer, 212 Rid- 
eau 

Raney Frank, accountant, 250 
Barrie 

Raney W E, managing editor 
News, Frontenac 

Rankm Andrew, carter, 21 Rid- 
eau 

Rankin C H, carpenter, 21 Rid- 
eau 

Rankin W J, tinsmith, 21 Rideau 

Rathbun The Co, A Chad- 
wick, manager, foot Queen & 
300 King w 

Rattenbury J R, gents' furnisher, 
206 Princess, h 21 Union w 

Rattray Mrs Eliza, [wid James] 
Barrack 

Raveuscroft Walter, carter, 162 
York 



Rayson Rev R W, rector All 

ISaints' Church, h 424 Princess 
Rea Andrew, mariner, 200 Alfred 
Rea David, laborer, 48 Division 
Rea David, laborer, 129 Montreal 
Rea Henry, carpenter, 94 Arch 
Rea Wm, mariner, 260 Alfred 
Reagley James, laborer, Albert 
Redden James, James Redden 

& Co, hill Union e 
Redden James & Co, James 

Redden, W H Dyde, grocers, 

178 Princess 
Redden Jeremiah, carpenter, 159 

Nelson 
Reddon J A, [John Henderson 

& Co] , 86 Princess 
Redfearn Benj, fireman, 102 

York 
Redmond Miss Edna, dressmaker 

14 Main 
Redmond Martin, Bagot 
Redmond Moque, engineer, Bagot 
Redmond Patrick, asylum, 21 

Division 
Redmond Thomas P, clerk, 21 

Division 
Rees Allan, traveler, 196 Queen 
Rees Bros, confectioners, 170-181 

Princess & 164 King e 
Rees Mrs Caroline, [wid Sam'l] 

224 Johnston 
Rees F S, [Rees Bros] 181 Prin- 
cess 
Rees Miss, 250 Barrie 
Reeve John, 45 Brock 
Reeves Daniel, engineer, 281 

Montreal 
Reeves Frederick, upholsterer, 

Nelson 
Reeves Robert, teamster, Nelson 
Regan Mrs Elizabeth, [wid John] 

54 O'Kill 



standard Life -« 



Has recently reduced its rates. 



ALLEN. 
Inspector- 



J. P. QILDER8LEEVE, 
Agent. 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Eegan James, moulder, 54 O'Kill 

Regan John, 88 William 

Regan Mrs Mary, [wid Michael] 

Beverley 
Regan T J, bottler, Raglan rd 
Reid Sam, printer, over Whig 
Reid A D, clerk, 639 Princess 
Reid Frank C, upholsterer, 250 

Princess 
Reid George, laborer, 679 Princess 

cor Smith 
Reid James, furniture man'f 

& undertaker, 254-256 Princess 
Reid James, Raglan rd 
Reid James, laborer, 679 Princess 

cor Smith 
Reid James, furrier, 224 Univer- 
sity 
Reid J B, architect, 91 Brock, h 

404 Brock 
Reid John, machinist, 91 Bagot 
Reid Joseph W, cabinet maker, 

10 Garratt 
Reid Mrs Mary, [wid Wm] 639 

Princess 
Reid Mrs Mary, dressmaker, 21 

Charles 
Reid Mrs Mary, 432 Johnston 
Reid Mrs Mary, [wid Wm] 334 

Brock 
Reid Mrs Mary Jane, grocer, 214 

Sydenham 
Reid Paul, carpenter, 35 Union w 
Reid R J, undertaker, 254-256 

Princess, h 12 Garratt 
Reid Samuel F, upholsterer, 256 

Princess 
Reid W H, butcher, King cor 

Brock, li Concession rd 
Reid W H, carriagemaker, 172 

Barrie 
Reilly Daniel, music teacher, 84 

Johnston 



Reilly John, laborer, Raglan rd 

Relyea J W, salesman, bds Stan- 
ley House 

Rendle Mrs Charlotte, [wid Ed- 
wardj Victoria 

Renton John, ass't postmaster, 
319 University ave 

Renton Mrs Lucinda, [wid Jas] 
272 Earl 

Renton Thos T, bookkeeper, 272 
Earl 

Renton W J, salesman, 358 Brock 

Reoch Robert, painter, 232 Barrie 

Rescole Edwin, machinist 155 
Nelson 

Retalack E H, ledgerkeeper, Mon- 
treal Bank, bds 11 Maitland 

Revell Edward, confectioner, 41 
Princess 

Rejnier J, pianos etc. Golden 
Lion block, Wellington, h 131 
Union 

Reynolds John, moulder, 316 Vic- 
toria 

Reynolds Robt, mason, Nelson 

Reynolds Samuel, broommaker, 
Victoria 

Reynolds Mrs Samuel, 321 Vic- 
toria 

Reynolds Wm, moulder, 321 
Victoria 

Reynolds Wm, laborer, 54 Char- 
les 

Ricard Francis, tanner, 195 Earl 

Rice Miss Harriet, 69 Sydenham 

Richards James, laborer, bds Ot- 
tawa hotel 

Richards Samuel, mason, 100 
York 

Richards Stephen, laborer, 204 
Alfred 

Richardson A E, baker, 179 Queen 



JOHN HENDERSON & CO., 

86 PRINCESS ST. 



All orders promptly attended 
to. Anything published pro- 
cured in a te-w days. 



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165 



Richardson Geo, J Richard- 
son & Sons, 118 University ave 

Richardson Henry, [J Rich- 
ardson & Sons] h 108 Stuart 

Richardson J & Sons, grain 
merchants, commercial elevator 
foot Princess 

Richardson James, [J Rich- 
ardson & Sons] h 100 Stuart 

Richardson Mrs Jane, [wid Wm] 
62 Earl 

Richardson Miss M, hair worker, 
160 Princess 

Richardson Wm, 308 Johnston 

Richardson W L, photographer & 
picture framer, 228 Princess 

Richmond J M, [Richmond 
Orr & Co] h 17 Union w 

Richmond Mrs Jane, [wid James] 
17 Union w 

Richmond, Orr & Co, dry 
goods, millinery, carpets and 
house furnishings, 120-122 
Princess 

Rickley Edwin, baker, 86 Quebec 

Rigney & Hickey [Wm Rigney, 
John Hickey] gi'ocers, 136 
Princess and 239 Bagot 

Rigney Timothy, student, 136 
Johnston 

Rigney Wm, [Rigney & Hickey] 
h 126 Johnston 

Riley W A, barber, 42 Young 

Risbridger Thos, farmer, 371 Di- 
vision 

Rivers Oapt V B, R S G., res 
Barracks 

Roatt Wm, machinist, 32 Divi- 
sion 

Roach Miss A J, 140 Barrie 

Roach Edward, laborer, CoUing- 
wood 

Roach M D, cab driver, Frontenac 



Roach Wm, engineer, 39 King w 

Roadley Joseph, caterer, 176 
Alfred 

Robb James, butcher, 295 Prin- 
cess, h Concession rd 

Robb John, Patrick 

Robb Mrs Marion (wid Alex), 
107 Wellington 

Robb Wm, carter, 17 Balaclava 

Roberts E T, clerk, 121 Barrack 

Robertson Bros, china, glass 
and plated ware, 187 Princess 

Robertson B W, Geo Robert- 
son & Son, h 161 Earl 

Robertson D S, broker, 190 On- 
tario, h 36 Barrie 

Robertson Miss Ehza, 146 Well- 
ington 

Robertson Mrs Euphemia (wid 
George), Sydenham w 

Robertson George & Son, 
wholesale grocers, 183 Ontario 

Robertson William, boatbuilder, 
King w 

Robertson T McKean Rob- 
ertson Bros, h 82 Union 

Robinson A, 75 Colborne 

Robinson Alex, carpenter, r 87 

Johnston 
Robinson Alex, boilermaker, 14 

Young 
Robinson A N, salesman, 28 

Charles 
Robinson Andrew, watchmaker, 

344 Division 
Robinson Benj, druggist, 25 West 

Robinson Bros, T D & J S, 

painters and paper hangers, 

275-7 Bagot 
Robinson C, merchant tailor, 

185 Wellington, h 279 Alfred 
Robinson D, clerk, 28 Charles 



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Robinson G A, manager Bauk 
British North America, h 249 
Johnston 

Robinson G W, carriagemaker, 
283 Princess, h 247 Qaeen 

Robinson John, tailor, Stephen 

Robinson J S, Robinson Bros, 
h 279 Bagot 

Robinson Lewis C, clerk, 118 
Montreal 

Robinson Robert, carpenter, 25 
University ave 

Robinson Robert sr, ship carpen- 
ter, 27 King w 

Robinson Samuel, tailor, 344 Di- 
vision 

Robinson Samuel, baker, 84 
Quebec 

Robinson T D, Robinson Bros, 
h 108 Queen 

Robinson Thos leamster, 11 Ann 

Robinson R, student, 247 Brock 

Robinson Webb, builder, 28 
Charles 

Robinson Wm, clerk first di- 
vision court, 278 Bagot 

Robinson Wm, 61 Arch 

Robinson Wm, boilerraaker, 93 
Division 

Robinson Wm, bartender, Stanley 
house 

Robinson Wm, clerk, 123 Col- 
borne 

Roche Mrs John, 68 York 

Rockwell B S, mechanic, 269 
University ave 

Rockwell John, Noxon & 
Rockwell, h 149 Sydenham 

Rockwell W A, traveler, Alice 

Roddy Edward, quarry man, Dur- 
ham 

Roe Ernest, clerk, 32 Elm 

Roe Mrs, 82 Elm 



Rogers Mrs Ann (wid John B), 

60 O'KiU 
Rogers F X, messenger, Ontario 

Bank, res Bank 
Rogers R V, Q 0, Kirkpatrick 

& Rogers, h 148 Barrie 
Rogers W H, contractor, Albert 
RoUinson Walter, blacksmith, 

455 Barrie 
Rollow Mrs, 120 Clarence 
Ronan Thomas, undertaker, 240 

Bagot 
Roney A F, Roney & Van- 

Luven, h 320 University ave 
Roney Mrs Ida, 280 Sydenham 
Roney Patrick, 282 Sydenham 
Rooks Geo, currier, 330 Montreal 
Rooks Joseph, carriagemaker, 320 

Queen 
Rose Miss Catharine, dressmaker, 

161 Sydenham 
Ross Alex, staple and fancy 
dry goods, millinery, carpets 
and oil cloths, 128-30 Princess, 
h 248 Johnston 
Ross Alexander, laborer, 6 St 

Catharines 
Ross Prof Donald, D D, Queen's 

University, 185 Queen 
Ross Mrs Jane H (wid Rev 

Walter), 817 Earl 
Ross T V, gov clerk, 317 Earl 
Rotliwell C G, clerk, 139 Union w 
Rourke Peter, laborer, 43 Elm 
Rourke Edward, musician, Rag- 
lan rd 
Roushorn Almond, 121 Bagot 
Routiey Arthur, clerk, 173 Prin- 
cess 
Routley John, tobaccos, cigars 
guns, fishing tackle and sport- 
ing goods, 173 Princess 
Routley W K, 173 Princess 



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Eowan E F, civil engineer, 297 

Barrie 
Rowan R F F, laundry, 190 Well- 
ington, li 310 University ave 
Rowe Edgar, tinsmith, 361 Alfred 
Rowe R K, teacher Central 

School, 265 Johnston 
Rowe Wiman, baker, 361 Alfred 
Rowland Fleming, collector 

inland rev, 160 Earl 
Rowlands Edwin, blacksmith, 47 

Earl 
Rowlands Mrs John, 3-5 George 
Rubery Patrick, laborer, 100 

Wellington 
Rudd T G, agent, 146 Johnston 
Runians N E, grocer, 242 Prin- 
cess 
Running Samuel, laborer, Stephen 
Russell House, J A Hawley, prop 

348-50 Princess 
Russell Lindsay, 12 Maitland 
Rushford Mrs Mary (wid Alex), 

62 Bay 
Rutherford Charles, moulder, 381 

Brock 
Rutherford James, guard K P, 9 

Pembroke 
Rutherford Mrs Jane (wid Thos). 

192 Colborne 
Rutherford John, carpenter, 382 

Johnston 
Rutherford John, moulder, Fifth 
Rutherford Robert 270 Division 
Rutherford Thomas, moulder, 

391 Johnston 
Ruttan H M, accountant, 183 

Brock 
Ruttau Peter, laborer, 214 Col- 
borne 
Ruttan Samuel, carpenter, Nelson 
Ryan Miss Catharine, milliner, 
91 Wellington 



Ryan Mrs Clara, (wid James) 261 
Johnston 

Ryan Edward M D.. 12-14 

Montreal 
Ryan John, laborer, 92 Arch 
Ryan John, carpenter, 14 James 
Ryan Mrs John, 138 Bay 
Ryan Joseph, laborer, 138 Bay 
Ryan Matthew, laborer, 43 King W 
Ryan Michael C, quarry man, r 

259 King e 
Ryan Patrick, laborer, 247 Earl 
Ryan Wra. fitter, 11 Deacon 
Ryan Wm, mariner, 23 Wade's 

lane 
Ryan W F, guard, K P, Living- 
ston ave 
Ryder Chas, laborer, 258 Earl 
Ryder Henry, 258 Earl 
Ryder John, grainshoveller, Pat- 
rick 
Rynard Mrs Ellen, (wid John) 

220 Barrie 
St Lawrence House, Georgie 

Elder, prop, King cor Queen 
Salmon Isaac, laborer, Adelaide 
Salter Joseph, auctioneer, 58 

Brock 
Sanderson Rev D C, pastor Brock 

street Methodist Church, h 242 

Johnston 
Sands J A, (J S Sands & Son) 

bds 302 Queen 
Sands John, teamster, fire sta- 
tion 
Sands J S, (J S Sands & Son,) 

h 302 Queen 
Sands J S & Son, merchant 

tailors, 171 Wellmgton 
Sands Miss, dressmaker, 217 

Princess 
Sands Thomas, carpenter, Dufif- 

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Sands Mrs W C, 300 Queen 
Sands Wm, laborer, fire station 
Sangster, Wm W, baker, 394 

Barrie 
Sargent F R, law clerk, 28 Fron- 

tenac 
Sarsfield Geo, shoemaker, 9 Main 
Saunders Beiij, laborer, 50 Elm 
Saunders Mrs Edward, prop Dub- 
lin House 144 Ontario 
Saunders Henry, carpenter 98 

Pine 
Saunders, H J, M. D.. MB 

C S, Eng, coroner, 244 King e 
Saunders Jas, butcher, 9 Redan 
Saunders Mrs Jane, (wid Rev JC) 

244 King e 
Saunders J G, butcher, 248 Uni- 
versity ave 
Saunders J 0, laborer, Beverley 
Saunders John, timekeeper, 46 

Earl 
Saunders John, laborer, 836 

Princess 
Saunders Capt John, (Ella Mur- 

ton) 251 Queen 
Saunders John, butcher, 330 

Princess, h 707 Princess 
Saunders Miss Louise, 65 Union 
Saunders Robert, laborer, Victoria 
Saunders Wm, stove mounter, 46 

Earl 
Saunders Wm, tinsmith, 103 
"~ — ~^,^_Chatham 

Savage Bros, painters, 78 William 
Savage Arthur, accountant. 78 

William 
Savage James, stove mounter, 34 

Vine 
Savage John, 79 York 
Savage Mrs J L, (wid H B) 78 

William 



Savage Thos, (Savage Bros) h 80 
William 

Savage W J, painter, 18 Vine 

Savage John, painter, 282 Brock 

Sawberry Samuel, laborer, Raglan 
road 

Sawyer Mrs Eliza (wid Wm), 382 
Brock 

Sawyer W A, salesman, 382 
Brock 

Scales Mrs Margaret, 20 George 

Scanlan Mrs Ellen [wid Patrick] 
Raglan rd 

Scanlan John, printer, Russell 

Scanlan Mrs Mary [wid John] , 
101 Albert 

Scanlan Wm, printer, 86 Bagot 

Schermerhorn Charles, mason, 
Albert 

Schofield James, baker. 370 Prin- 
cess 

Schroder John, pork butcher, 78 
Brock 

Scobell S W, accountant K P, 
288 Barrie 

Scouse John, painter, 267 John- 
ston 

Scouten Mrs Grace, laundress, 
59 Elm 

Scott David, storeman, 815 John- 
ston 

Scott Isaac, hostler, bds 120 
Clarence 

Scott James, carpenter, 90^ On- 
tario 

Scott Capt J H, str Persia, 431 
Brock 

Scott John, carpenter, 451 Barrie 

Scott John, plasterer, 448 Di- 
vision 

Scott N K, traveler, 51 Clergy 

Scott Thos, baker, 25 Union w 

Scott W B, carpenter, 110 Queen 



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Scott W D, carpenter. 167 Clergy 
Scott Wm, sailor, 157 Raglan 
Scrivens John, carpenter, Victoria 
Scrutton Jas, currier, Stephen 
Scrution Ed, laborer, Orchard 
Scale John, carpenter, 82 Bagot 
Scale Wm, clerk, 30 Frnntenac 
Seal Thos, laborer. 111 Gore 
Sears Mrs E A [wid Alonzo] , 

Patrick 
Sears George, J Muckleston & 

Co, h 38 Clergy 
Seaton Richard, laborer, 138 

Queen 
Seeley David, ship carpenter, 278 

Ontario 
Selby Chas, blacksmith, Victoria 
Self Samuel, 289 Earl 
Sellars Miss Mary E, 201 Queen 
Semple Wm, porter, 59 Bay 
Shales R J, horseshoer, 381 King 
Shanks Capt J. S A, 199 Wel- 
lington 
Shanahan Mrs Fanny, . (wid Pat- 
rick) 246 Barrie 
Shanahan James, laborer, 39 

Young 
Shanahan Jno, laborer, 39 Young 
Shanahan John, saloon, King cor 

Clarence 
Shanahan Miss M A, 91 Rideau 
Shanahan W, Terrapin saloon 76 

Princess 
Shannessy Mrs Mary, (wid Jas) 

9 Charles 
Shannon A E, reporter, 47 George 
Shannon Alf, printer, 47 George 
Shannon C G, clerk P 0, bds 

hotel Fronteuac 
Shannon David, carpenter, 191 

University ave 
Shannon James, postmaster, 47 

George 



Shannon J P, carter, Albert 
Shannon J R, M D., 47 George 
Shannon L W, prop Neivs, 47 

George 
Shannon Mrs Mary, 281 Queen 
Shannon R W, barrister, 89 Clar- 
ence, h 47 George 
Sharman Mrs Isabella, (wid 

Jacob) foot Simcoe 
Sharman Jacob, boatbuilder, 187 

Ordnance 
Sharman T N. boatbuilder, ft 

Simcoe. See advt 
Sharpe Mrs Alex, 206 University 

ave 
Sharpe Mrs Elizabeth, (wid And) 

64 Ontario 
Sharp Mrs Ellen, (wid John) 

Albert 
Sharp H, grocer, 286 Princess, h 

44 Colborne 
Sharp Rev John, Presbyterian, 

257 Earl 
Sharpe Joseph, metal dealer, 132 

Clarence, h 362 Brock 
Shaughnessy James, foreman 

cotton mill, 26 Charles 
Shaver Wm, fireman, 64 Charles 
Shaw Abraham, surveyor customs 

190 University ave 
Shaw Mrs Agnes, 144 Barrie 
Shaw Alex, clerk, 301 Alfred 
Shaw D A, salesman, 301 Alfred 
Shaw Felix, (F Shaw & Co), h 115 

Bagot 
Shaw Felix & Co, dry goods, 174 

Princess 
Shaw James, clerk, 328 Alfred 
Shaw J B G, teller Montreal Bank 

bds British American hotel 
Shaw J Morgan, (Henry Skin- 
ner & Co,) h 79 Wellington 
Shaw Joseph, laborer, 96 Bagot 

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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Shaw Mrs Mary Ann, ^wid Jas) 
301 Alfred 

Shaw Robert, barrister, 332 
King e, h 128 Bagot 

Shaw Samuel, ship carpenter, 
286 University ave 

Shawcross John, painter, 62 Bay 

Shea Cornelius, coachman, 258 
King e 

Shea Mrs Margaret, (wid Michael) 
190 Bagot 

Shea Wm, guard, K A, 29 Arch 

Shedden The Co, Geo Young, 
agent, foot William 

Shelden & Davis, photographer, 
384 King e 

Sheltz — , laborer, 26i Princess 

Sheppard E P, harnessmaker, 
219 Princess 

Sheppard John, courthouse keep- 
er 

Sherbino Robert, carpenter, 236 
Alfred 

Sheridan Thos, clerk 205 Wil- 
liam 

Sherlock J M, merchant tailor, 
225 Princess, h 254 Queen 

Sherlock J M, jr, music dealer, 
225 Princess, h 237 Division 

Sherman Chas, student, 803 Uni- 
versity ave 

Sherman J F, clerk, 303 Univer- 
sity ave 

Sherman W E, clerk, 105 Wel- 
lington 

Sherring B H, stonecutter, 2 First 

Shibley H T, barrister, 44 
Clarence, h 96 Bagot 

Shibley Mrs M A [wid Schuyler] 
96 Bagot, 1 Park Place 

Shields^Thos, grocer, 233 Well- 
ington 



Shook W E, carpenter, 287 Syd- 
enham 
Shore Lojmes & Co, grocers, 

Princess, cor Montreal, and 154 

Bagot 
Shorey J W, lather, 296 John- 
ston 
Shortt Prof Adam, MA, 

Librarian, Queen's College, 

146 University ave 
Short Mrs Angelica [wid Chas] , 

20 Barrie 
Short Eev Wm, Sydenham Metho- 
dist Church, 425 Johnston 
Shorten Joseph, laborer, 246 

Barrie 
Shufflebottham Walter, teamster, 

466 Montreal 
Silver Benj, clothier and gents' 

furnisher, 93 Princess, h 313 

Brock 
Simmonds Mrs Ann [wid John] , 

380i Brock 
Simmons. Alfred, candlemaker, 

Livingston ave 
Simmons Francis, engineer, 262 

W^ellington 
Simmons Fred, electrician, 262 

Wellington 
Simmons Jacob, 867i Bagot 
Simmons Mars, salesman, 262 

Wellington 
Simmons Capt Wm, mariner, 145 

Montreal 
Simpson Arch, Lake View 

House, Ontario, cor Queen 
Simpson Bernard, carpenter, 4 

Rideau 
Simpson Charles, laborer, 288 

Earl 
Simpson Isaac, J P, private 

banker, 89 Clarence, h 132 

King e 



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Simpson Mrs Jane, Markland 

Sinclair A J, bds Hotel Frontenac 

Sinclair Mrs Mary [wid Robert] , 
Frontenac 

Sinclair Robt, painter, Frontenac 

Sine M W, veterinary surgeon, 
155 Brock 

Singer Manf Co, Joel Laishley, 
manager, 213 Princess 

Singleton Arthur, warehouseman, 
310 Brock 

Singleton Thos, laborer, 26 York 

Singleton Ruby A, grocer, 49 
James 

Sinkler Miss Charlotte, 212 Syd- 
enham 

Sinnott Mrs Mary [wid John] , 30 
Johnston 

Sinnott Miles, cabman, 41 King w 

Sinnott Thos, cabman, 36 John- 
ston 

Sissons John, dyer, 30 James 

Skeggs Joseph, laborer, 277 Earl 

Skelton Anthony, shoemaker, 480 
Montreal 

Skelton John, painter, 480 Mont- 
real 

Skelton Wm, laborer, 480 Mont- 
real 

Skerratt Mrs Anna [wid Owen] , 
338 Montreal 

Skinner Henry & Co, whole- 
sale druggists and importers, 
171 Princess 

Skinner J A, machinist, 23 
Union w 

Skinner John S, barrister, 81 
Brock, h 13 Maitland 

Skinner Wm, Henry Sinner & 
Co, h 9 WelHngton 

Skinner Wm B, Heury Skinner 
& Co, h 13 Maitland 



Slavin James, merchant tailor, 

175 Wellington 
Sleeman W H, mason, 158 Fron- 
tenac 
Sleeth James, 304 Johnston 
Sleeth Samuel, bds 70 Princess 
Slimmons John, fireman, 17 

Charles 
Shter E 0, teacher, bds 195 Earl 
Sloan Alex, 293 Montreal 
Sloan Bros, Thos & John, props 

City Hotel, 129-31 Princess 
Sloan John, painter, 323 John- 
ston 
Sloan Robt, engineer, 214 Rideau 
Sly Alex, blacksmith, 11 Queen, 

h 22 James 
Sly Francis, carpenter, Stephen 
Small Philip, policeman, 193 

Alfred 
Smallridge George, carpenter, 159 

Alfred 
Smalridge Wm, mason, 320 Earl 
Smart John, 276 Wellington 
Smeaton Chas, currier, 41 Rag- 
lan rd 
Smeaton J R fish dealer, 62 Brock 

& 59 King w 
Smeaton Thos, currier, 155 Pine 
Smiley Jno, watchman, 114 Rag- 
lan 
Smith Miss Anna, 86 Divisian 
Smith Arthur, laborer, 188 Bar- 

rie 
Smith A T, manager Bell Tel 

Co, 49 Colborne 
Smith Bros, [Charles & John] 
watchmakers, 345 King e 

Smith Rev Buxton B, M A, 

acting rector St George's Cathe- 
drel, 250 King e 
Smith Chas, farmer, 671 Division 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Smith Chas, [Smith Bros] h 187 

Johnston 
Smith F, [Smythe & Smith] 

h 56 Wilham 
Smith Daniel, pedler, 242 Bar- 

rie 
Smith Edward, mechanic, 99 

Chatham 
Smith F T, clerk, 32 Sydenham 
Smith Geo, 152 Frontenac 
Smith Henry, clerk, 9 First 
Smith Henry, laborer, 29 Young 
Smith Henry, builder, North 
Smith H P, clerk, 32 Sydenham 

Smith Lieut-Ool H R, Ring- 
wood, King w 

Smith Mrs H S, bookbinder, 43 
Brock, h 201 Queen 

Smyth Hugh, salesman, 1 Chap- 
man 

Smith Hugh, cutter. Queen 

Smith Isaac, carpenter, Victoria 

Smith James W, mason, 22 Pine 

Smith John, job printer, 153 
Wellington, h 337 Johnston 

Smith John, [Smith Bros] h 185 
Johnston 

Smith John, boiler maker, 62 
Colborne 

Smith Joseph, A B, merchant 
tailor, 259 King e 

Smith J W, mason, 19 Pine 

Smith Mrs Mary, [wid Patrick] 
32 Sydenham 

Smith Mrs Mary, (wid Robert) 
97 Wellington 

Smith Michael dep sheriff, 330 
Brock 

Smith Miss W M, dressmaker, 331 
King e 

Smith Mrs Otis, dressmaking, 38 
Charles 



Smith Patrick, engineer, Hickson 
ave 

Smith Richard, hairdresser, 234 
Ontario 

Smith Robert, quarryman, Lans- 
downe 

Smith Samuel, Stephen 

Smith Sidney, currier, 151 Mon- 
treal 

Smith Rev T G, Prof Queen's 
University, 246 Johnston 

Smith Thomas, carpenter, bds 
Windsor hotel 

Smith Wesley, carpenter, 12 Ann 

Smith Wm, laborer, 42 Main 

Smith Wm, 186 Johnston 

Smith W K, grocer, 51 Princess 

Smythe EH, Q 0, L L D, 
[Smythe & Smith] h 3 West- 
bourne terrace, 59 West 

Smyth Hugh, tailor. Queen 

Smyth Capt J G, mariner, 55 
William 

Smyth Samuel, driver, 128 Bagot 

Smythe & Smith, [E H Smy- 
the Q C, L L D, C F Smith,] 
barristers, 192 Ontario 

Smythe Rev W H, 59 West 

Snell James, laborer, 4 Ontario, 
Railway cottages 

Snell Sarah, Mrs [wid Thos] 23 
Ontario 

Snider Embury, laborer, 98 Char- 
les 

Snider Damon, carpenter, 71 
Cherry 

Snodden Alex, policeman, 5 Divi- 
sion 

Snook T L, barrister, Ontario, 
cor Clarence 

Snowden Wm, mason, 330 John- 
ston 

Soles Benj, currier, 62 Charles 



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Soles Vannandus, tanner, 15 
Charles 

Soles Henry, whitewasher, 62 
Charles 

Somerville Francis, engmeer, 195 
Colborne 

Somerville Francis jr, machinist, 
Dufferiu 

Somerville Fred, clerk, 195 Col- 
borne 

Somerville Geo, purser Corsican, 
55 Earl 

Southwick Oil Co, W G Moncrief, 
manager, Cataraqui 

Sowards James, wood dealer, end 
Ontario, h 240 Montreal 

Spangenberg F W, jeweler 
and watchmaker, 347 King e, h 
36 Wellington 

Spankie Ernest, M D, 716 Prin- 
cess 

Spankie John, 716 Princess 

Spankie William, 716 Princess 

Sparks R E, dentist, 230 Prin- 
cess, h 132 University ave 

Spence Alex, engineer, 265 Di- 
vision 

Spence & Co, dry goods and 
millinery, 132-4 Prmcess 

Spence D M, Spence & Co, h 
182 Princess 

Spence Robt A, builder, 170 Queen 

Spence John, laborer, 12 Upper 
William 

Spenee John, currier. River 

Spence Wm, grocer, 260 Univer- 
sity ave 

Spencer Rev Albert, clerical 
secretary synod diocese of On- 
tario, St George's Hall, h 424 
Division 

Spencer Hugh, student, 424 
Princess 



Spencer L B, 104 Bagot 

Spencer Mrs Maria [wid Robt] , 
6 Redan 

Spencer Mrs, 16 James 

Spencer R, merchant tailor, 79 
Brock, h 39 Balaclava 

Spencer Ralph, tailor, 6 Redan 

Spencer S L, boilermaker, 139 
Bagot 

Spencley Albert, blacksmith, 8 
Quebec 

Spooner Albert, carpenter, 7 
Simcoe 

Spooner C M, brakeman, Daff- 
erin 

Spooner Edward, carpenter, 28 
Chatham 

Spooner Frank, carpenter. 144 
Colborne 

Spotswood G A, C E, mining 
engineer, 46 Clarence, h 178 
Clergy 

Spotten Mrs Mary [wid George] , 
Dufferin 

Spriggs Mrs Charlotte [wid Nich- 
olas] . Albert 

Spriggs H J, Librarian Me- 
chanics' Institute, 119 Alfred 

Spriggs Wm, clerk, Albert 

Sprowell John, mariner, 46 Gore 

Squire Mrs Harriett [wid Rev G 
H] , 79 Division 

Stacey James, manager Daily 
News, Frontenac 

Stacey James, traveler, 567 Prin- 
cess 

Stacey John, laborer, 207 Uni- 
versity ave 

Stacey Peter, clerk, 162 Johnston 

Stackhouse A, L D S, dentist, 
269 Bagot, cor Princess 

Stafford Reuben, messenger, bank 
B N A, res bank 



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Stagg John, laborer, 18 Elm 
Staley Chas, sailor, 88 Division 

Staley Daniel, prop Queen's 

hotel, 127 Brock 
Staley Henry, musician, 78 York 
Staley Mrs H, 25 Ontario 

Staley Horatio, laborer, 226 Well- 
ington 

Staley Capt M, hotel, Barrack, 
cor Wellington 

Staley M B, carpenter, 156 John- 
ston 

Stallard Mrs Sarah [wid James] , 
85 Gore 

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we guarantee in your 
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Agencies; J P Gilder- 
sleeve, City Agent. Office 
42 Clarence st 

Stanford Edward, carpenter, 76 
Bagot 

Stanford Mrs Mary, 57 Bay 

Stanford Michael, laborer, 57 Bay 

Stanford Thomas, moulder, 44 
Gore 

Stanley House, Johnston 
Brown, prop, Ontario cor Mar- 
ket Sq 

Stanley Thos, laborer, 378 Prin 



Steacy E T, [Walsh & Steacy] 
h 197 Johnston 

Steacy Joseph, salesman, John- 
ston cor Sydenham 

Stearue Philip, fur dealer, 223 
King e 

Steel John, carpenter, 198 Rid- 
eau 

Stearne W W, fur dealer, 223 
King e 

Steemburgh Benj M, baker, 8 
Wellington terrace, Montreal 

Steggall Wm, laborer, 262 Earl 

Steggall Wm, shoemaker, 262 
Earl 

Sterling James, engineer, 125 
Bagot 

Stephens Capt Willard, 85 Pine 

Stevenson A W, mariner, 861 
Brock 

Stevenson Piano Co, Princess cor 
Ontario 

Stevenson Eobt, tinsmith. Orch- 
ard 

Stdvenson Thomas, bookkeeper, 
47 Rideau 

Stephenson W H, piano manufac- 
turer, 345 Division 

Stewart Alex, Star hotel, Mon- 
treal 

Stewart Arch, clerk, bds Windsor 
hotel 

Stewart James, agent K & M 
Forwarding Co, h 78 Welling- 
ton 

Stuart John, carpenter, 212 Bar- 
rie 

Stuart John, watchman, 123 
Raglan, 

Stuart Joseph, carpenter. Nelson 

Stewart Wm, baggage master, 
Barrack 

Stigney Wm, carter, 63 Queen 



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175 



Stigney Wm, caretaker, 116 Bar- 
rack 

Stiiison Frank, uight clerk, hotel 
Frontenac 

Stinson Stephen, sailor, 63 Bay 

Stock Philip, 102 Barrack 

Stockill Richard, machinist, 121 
Alfred 

Stokes Benj, laborer, 18 Place 
d'Armes 

Stone C W, harness maker, 322 
Alfred 

Stone Mrs, 9 Corrigau 

Storey Edgar, carpenter, 388 
Princess 

Stoughten Miss Mary, 4 Hales' 
cottages, King w 

Stover Hiram, laborer, Victoria 

Strachan, Miss Ada GL, teach- 
er, 248 Division 

Strachan Arch, hardware, 
paints & oils, Princess cor 
Montreal, h 98 Bagot 

Strachan David, fireman, 85 
Queen 

Strachan Mrs Jean, (wid John) 
248 Division 

Strachan John, Stanley 

Strachan Mrs Nellie, (wid Davis) 
108 Clergy 

Strachan Thos, fireman 85 Queen 

Strange Campbell, clerk, P 0, 135 
William 

Strange Capt Frank, Dis- 
trict paymaster 3rd and 4th 
districts, 95 Clarence, bds hotel 
Frontenac 

Strange J C, clerk, P 0, 34 Bar- 
rie , 

Strange J M, (Dalton & Strange) 
h 172 King e 

Strange John, barrister, 95 
Clarence, h 34 Barrie 



Strange O S, MD, 156 King e 

Strange & Strange, insur- 
ance agents, 95 Clarence 

Strainge W G, grocer, 149 Mon- 
treal 

Stratford Mrs H, 284 Princess 

Stratford Henry, taxidermist, 354 
Princess 

Strathy James B, Emily 

Stratton H J, baker, Victoria 

Strong Anthony, machinist, Ba- 
got 

Stroud Bros, T B Hawley, 
manager, 109 Princess 

Stunden Fred, clerk, Windsor 
hotel 

Sturgess Emanuel, carter, 258 
Eideau 

Suddard Edward, checker, 22 
Elm 

Suddard Geo, laborer, 37 Young 

Suddard Jas, carter, 318 Queen 

Suddard Mrs Lucy, [wid Francis] 
37 Young 

Sughrue John, laborer, 33 John- 
ston 

Sullivan Miss Annie 1 1 Arch 

Sullivan Mrs Catharine [wid 
Hugh] , 225 Wellington 

Sullivan Chas, laborer, 40 Ellice 

Sullivan Dennis, carpenter, 124 
Bagot 

Sullivan E W, salesman, 373 
Brock 

Sullivan Mrs Jane [wid Roger] , 
39 Wellington 

Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, 46 
Bagot 

Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, 2 
Gray's Lane 

Sullivan Jeremiah, moulder, 39 
Wellington 



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Sullivan John, grain shoveller, 407 ' 
Barrie ' 

Sullivan John, clerk, 407 Barrie 

Sullivan John, clerk, 39 Well- 
ington 

Sullivan John, laborer, 253 Di- 
vision 

Sullivan Hon M, M D, 65 
Princess 

Sullivan Mrs Mary [wid Thos] , 
2 Ontario, Eailway cottages 

Sullivan Michael, carpenter, 173 
Montreal 

Sullivan Mrs Michael, 169 Mont- 
real 

Sullivan Mrs, grocer, 78 Ontario 

Sullivan Thomas, laborer, 159 
Montreal 

Sullivan Thos, boilermaker, 407 
Barrie 

Sullivan W H, barrister, 30 
Clarence, h 93 William 

Summerby Jas, conductor, Mont- 
real 

Sutherland Alex, boots and shoes, 
103 Princess, h 4 Victoria ter- 
race, Montreal 

Sutherland Miss A M, 193 Uni- 
versity ave 

Sutherland John, shoemaker, 4 
Victoria terrace, Montreal 

Sutherland John, accountant, 295 
Barrie 

Sutherland M S, Fen wick Hendry 
& Co, h 55 West 

Sutherland Robt, shoemaker, 103 
Princess 

Sutherland Samuel, traveler, 107 
Clergy 

Sutton Arthur, laborer, 94 Bagot 

Swain Francis, weaver, 140 York 

Swain John C, carpet weaver, 140 
York 



Swain Mrs Mary [wid James] , 
314 Johnston 

Swales Mrs Jane [wid Wm] , 242 
University ave 

Swan Geo T, grocer, 27 Ellice 

Swann Samuel, mechanic, 47 Elm 

Swanston Adam, baker, 282 
Princess 

Swanston Miss Harriett, 294 
Johnston 

Sweetman John, laborer, Mont- 
real 

Sweetman, Thos, car inspector, 
Montreal 

Swift Mrs Catharine [wid Mich- 
ael] , 224 King e 

Swift James, James Swift & 
Co, h 134 King e 

Swift James & Co, coal and 
commission merchants, foot 
Johnston 
Swift John, machinist, 242 Barrie 
Swift Joseph F, general agent 
King, cor Clarence, h 44 Wil- 
liam 
Swinyard L N, clerk, G T R, 306 

Earl 
Switzer Fletcher, boarding, 288 

Queen 
Switzer Nelson, carpenter, 104 

Queen 
Switzer Peter, laborer, 63 Queen 
Sybil — , laborer, 149 Colborue 
Symes P S, salesman, 247 Brock 
Tait J G, mason, 137 Colborne 
Tait Joseph, mason, 37 Charles 
Talbut Miss E, Victoria 
Tallon John, foreman, 675 Mont- 
real 
Tallou Miss Margaret, 20\ Earl 
Tallon Philip, clerk, G T R, bds 
Stanley house 



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Tandy Miss Harriett, teacher, 
124 Colborne 

Tandy Mrs Mary Jane [wid Wm] 
201 Brock 

Tandy Mrs Tbos, 118 Gore 

Tarrant J, carpenter, 14 Quebec 

Tarrant James A, carpenter, 8 
Ann 

Taylor A D, Murray & Taylor, 
h 133 William 

Taylor Mrs Annie (wid Wm), 
Stepben 

TAYLOR FRANK D, build- 
ers' and contractors' sup- 
plies. Common pressed 
and fire brick, dram pipes 
plaster paris and marble 
Agent for Guelph white 
lime. Ottawa granolithic 
pavement Co. Telephone 
18 216 Princess 

Taylor Henry, Nugent & 
Taylor, h 361 Johnston 

Taylor J, broker, 326 Princess 

Taylor James M D C, mason, 
Lansdowne 

Taylor J H, manager Kingston 
Foundry, h 54 Johnston, tele- 
phone No 289 

Taylor J H jr, telegraph operator 
54 Johnston 

Taylor Jonathan, machinist, 65 
Union w 

Taylor Jonathan, carter, 8 Ellice 

Taylor John, tinsmith, 425 Di- 
vision 

Taylor John, quarryman, 425 Di- 
vision 

Taylor John, grocer, 226 Barrie 

Taylor Joseph, steamboat inspec. 
63 George 

Taylor Mrs Mary (wid John), 86 
Division 



Taylor Samuel, machinist, 26 

Stuart 
Taylor Capt T F, marine inspector 

241 Queen 
Taylor — , 79 Arch 

Taylor Wm, stonecutter, bds 112 

William 
Telgmann Bismarck, cigarmaker, 

bds 240 Ontario 

Telgmann Oscar, musician, Mon- 

real 
Teppels F, carpenter, 35 Pine 
Tetlock John, carpenter, 100 

Eaglan rd 
Tetro M D, engineer, 37 Welhng- 

ton 
Theobald J A, hairdresser, 167 

Wellington 
Theobald J M, hairdresser, 180 

Ontario 
Thomas Samuel, plasterer. 20 

O'Kill 
Thompson Mrs Adam, 173 Syd- 
enham 
Thompson Andrew, woodworker, 

279 Sydenham 
Thompson David, grocer, 83 Earl 
Thompson T J, student, 85 

Frontenac 
Tompson Francis, coachman, 276 

Earl 
Thompson Francis, mariner, 

Sydenham, 2 Devonshire ter 
Thomson Frederick, mill hand, 

259 Johnston 
Thompson George, boatbuilder, 7 

Simcoe 
Thompson George, collector, 359 

Brock 
Thompson James, salesman, 173 

Sydenham 
Thompson Jas, ale bottler, 1 York 

23 



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( Thompson J D, county regis- 
' trar, 22 Colborne 
Thompson John, baker, 33 Pine, 

cor Cowdy 
Thompson Mrs Mary (wid Alex), 

22 Ontario, Eailway cottages 
Thomson Robt, cashier, GTE, 

2 Colborne 
Thomson Eobert, laborer, 400 

Division 
Thomson Eobert, tailor, 400 

Division 
Thompson Eobert, porter. City 

hotel 
Thompson Thos, guard K P, 85 

Frontenac 
Thompson W B, purser Hero, 22 

Colborne 
Thompson Wm, ship carpenter, 8 

Ontario, Eailway cottages 
Thomson Wm, lockmaker, 173 

Sydenham 
Thornton A T, laborer, 404 Mont- 
real 
Thornton Edward, Union 

hotel, Ontario, cor Brock 
Thornton Mrs Mary (wid Abra- 
ham), 153 Frontenac 
Thornton Mrs Eachael (wid John) 

grocer, 503 Princess 
Thurlby Thos, boss knitting mill, 

bds 117-19 King w 
Thurston Henry, engineer, 92 

Barrack 
Tierney Bros, Owen & Patrick, 

grocers, 25 Brock 
Tiernev James, J Tiernev & Co, 

h 380 Barrie 
Tierney James & Co, grocers, 261 

Ontario 
Tierney Owen, (Tierney Bros) h 

60 Clergy 



Tierney Patrick, (Tierney Bros) 
bds Queen cor Ontario 

Tierney Peter, machinist, 23 Arch 

Tilson Eobert, laborer, 360 Mon- 
treal 

Timmerman Nicholas, policeman 
288 Victoria 

Titus Mrs Catharine, (wid Geo) 
39 Union 

Tobau Michael, laborer, 38 Union 
west 

Todd E J, christian science, 261 
University ave 

Tolhurst Wm, laborer, r 247 Earl 

Tooher Thos, grocer, 312 Mon- 
treal 

Toole V, bartender, City hotel 

Tossell Mrs Elizabeth, (wid Rich- 
ard) 220 Johnston 

Towers Wm, weighman, 45 Ord- 
nance 

Townsend Wm, carpenter, Vic- 
toria 

Townsend W H, bricklayer, Vic- 
toria 

Toye R H, baker & confection- 
er, 302 King e, h 82 Gore 

Tracey Eobt, trade instructor, K 
P, 464 Brock 

Trainor John, laborer, 264 Prin- 
cess 

Treneer John, carter, 220 Earl 

Trousdall Mrs F W, 55 King w 

Trowell Capt John, 122 Welling- 
ton 

Truesdale W D, carpenter, 10 
Chestnut 

TruziU James, carpenter, 107 
Queen 

Tucker John, 347 Brock 

Tucker Eichard, laborer, 47 Rag- 
lan rd 

Turbett Henry, carter, 27 Main 



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Napkins, cheap. 



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179 



Turbett Mrs Julia, [wid John] 

212 Division 
Turcott A A, ship carpenter, 81 

Division 
Turcott Augustus, ship carpenter, 

81 Division 
Turcott George, carpenter. Fifth 
Turcott John, laborer, Fifth 
Turcott Lebar, laborer, 1 Plum 
Turcott Nicholas, end Barrie 
Turcott Nicholas, laborer, 1 Plum 
Turkington Wm, laborer, 124 

Raglan 
Turnbull Alex, painter, 54 Divi- 
sion 
Turnbull Thomas, engineer, 16 

Deacon 
Turnbull Thos, engineer, King w 
Turner Geo, clerk, 103 Welling- 
ton 
Turner Mrs Isabella, [wid David] 

103 Wellington 
Turner James, laborer, 27 Young 
Turpin Mrs Jane, 337 Queen 
Turpin John, laborer, 337 Queen 
Turpin Neil, blacksmith, 837 

Queen 
Tuttle Isaac, lumberman, Bever- 
ley 
Tuttle John, policeman, 107 

Stuart 
Tuttle W H, machinist, Beverley 
Tweed Mrs Jane, [wid Thos] 47 

Arch 
Tweed Wm, painter, 47 Arch 
Tweddell John, merchant 
tailor, 131 Princess, h 102 
Queen 
Tweddell Thos, 102 Queen 
Twigg John, laborer, 29 Univer- 
sity ave 
Twigg John C, clerk, 183 Col- 
borne 



Twiss Francis, carter, 117 Bar- 
rack 
Twitchell MH, Consul United 

States, h 26 Welhngton 
Twohey Mrs Ann, 207 University 

ave 
Tyner Mrs Annie, [wid Wm] 252 

University ave 
Tyo Stephen, mariner, 114Bagot 
Tjo, Stephen, ship carpenter, 14 

Redan 
Tyson Henry, porter, King w 
Union Hotel Edward Thorn- 
ton, prop, Ontario, cor Brock 
United States Consulate, 

M H Twitchell, Consul, 174 

Ontario 
Upfold Edward, laborer, Russell 
Upham James, conductor, Bagot 
Upper Joseph, railroad contractor 

81 King e 
Urquhart Archibald, traveler, 1 

Wellington terrace, Montreal 
Vair Robt, engineer, 205 Alfred 
Vanarnam C A, confectioner, 850 

King e 
Vanarnam Gideon, 250 Barrie 
Vanasky Alex, electrician, 307 

Brock 
Vandewater R W, pianos, 190 

Wellington, h 43 George 
Vance C, carpet weaver, 132 Clar- 
ence 
Vanhooser John, moulder, 65 

Queen 
Vanluven Charles, miller, 194 

Rideau 
Vanluven Wesley, laborer, 23 

Main 
VanTassell W A, manager 

Haines & Lockett, bds Hotel 

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Vanwinkle Jacob, carpenter, 199 

Colborne 
Vanwinkle Noyle, carpenter, 117 

Ordnance 
Varndell Miss Caroline, knitting 

mill, 186 Colborne 
Varney Richard, watchman, 27 

King w 
Veale Elijah, painter, 154 York 
Veale Elijah, teamster, Albert 
Veale John, baker, 198 Barrie 
Veale Miss Rachael, teacher, 154 

York 
Veale Wm, carpenter, 154 York 
Veil John, 9 John 
Veil John jr, laborer, 9 John 
Verbeck Leon, inspector Humane 

Society, 99 Pine 
Vere Albert, laborer, 240 Earl 
Vick David, carpenter, 453 Barrie 
Victoria Foundry, the Chown 

& Cunningham Co (limited), 

King, cor Queen 
Villard Ernest, laborer, 250 

Montreal 
Vince "Wm, engineer, 19 Ontario 
Virtue Mrs Ann, 117 York 
Voight H C, accountant, 226 

Johnston 
Vokes Albert, laborer, 151 Col- 
borne 
Volume James, shoemaker, 428 

Alfred 
Volume Miss Margaret, teacher, 

428 Alfred 
Waddell D A, harnessmaker, 83 

Princess, h 183 Division 
Waddell J F, harnessmaker, 249 

Division 
Waddell Prof John, R M C, bds 

132 Wellington 
Waddell John, contractor, 221 

Division 



Waddell Robt, 82 Wellington 
Waddington Bros, Wm. Geo 

and Henry, butchers, 322 

King e 
Wade Fred, clerk, 168 Alfred 
Wade F C, tobacconist, 51 Brock 
Wade Henry, druggist. King, 

cor Brock, h 95 Queen 
Wade James, laborer, 50 Bagot 
Wafer Miss Elizabeth, music 

teacher, 142 Ordnance 
Waggoner Henry, dairyman, 375 

Division 
Waggoner Joseph, watchmaker, 

Princess, cor Clergy 
Waggoner Mrs Mary, boarding, 

48 Princess 
Wah Long, laundry, 83 Clarence 
Waite Parker, sleighmaker, 228 

Queen 
Waldie Andrew, insurance, 111 

Wellington 
Waldron E W, salesman, Barrie 

cor Stuart 
Waldron Geo, 240 University ave 
Waldron Mrs Jane (wid Geo), 222 

Division 
Waldron Richard, dry goods, 

carpets and house furnishings, 

Wellington, cor Brock, h Barrie 

cor Stuart 
Waldron R S, salesman, Barrie 

cor Stuart 
Waldron W M, salesman, 222 

Division 
Wales Robert, 119 William 
Walkem J B. (Walkem and 

Waikem) h 40 foot road, tp 

Kingston 

Walkem R T. D O L, Q 0, 
(Walkem & Walkem) h 72 
Barrie 



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Walkem & Walkem. (R T 
Walkem D C L, Q C, J B 
Walkeni) barristers, 93 Clar- 
ence 
Walker Mrs Catharine, 43 Main 
Walker Chas, bartender, 87 York 
Walker D J, County clerk, 205 

Colborne 
Walker Duncan, blacksmith, 18 

Pine 
Walker H L, blacksmith, 100 

William 
Walker Mrs Jane, (wid John) 62 

Arch 
Walker John, bookkeper, 205 

Colborne 
Walker Mrs John, Fifth 
Walker John S, clerk, 220 Queen 
Walker Marcus, laborer. 15 St 

Catharine 
Walker R H, clerk, opera saloon, 

210 Princess 
Walker Wesley, clerk, 220 Queen 
Wall Archie, mason, Lansdowne 
Wallace Robert, stonecutter, 4 

Alfred 
Waller Wm. laborer, 105 York 
Walsh Edwin, (Lambert & 

Walsh) h 343 Division 
Walsh Edwin tailor 347 Division 
Walsh Frank, student, 55 King w 
Walsh Jno, tobacconist, 179 Wel- 
lington, h 82 Earl 
Walsh John, accountant, 63 Earl 
Walsh Lawrence, guard, K P, 

115 Albert 
Walsh Miss Louisa, 118 Colborne 
Walsh Mrs M A, (wid James) 76 

Gore 
Walsh Michael, butcher, 308 

King e, h 624 Princess 
Walsh P H, hatter & furrier, 181 
Wellington, h 92 Queen 



Walsh P, wood & coal mer- 
chant. Barrack, bds Lake View 
hotel 
Walsh P J, (Walsh & Steacy) 

h 100 Clergy 
Walsh & Steady, (P J Walsh 
E T Steacy), dry goods and 
carpets, 206-108 Princess 
Walsh, laborer, r 80 Earl 
Walsh Wm, foreman, 210 Mon- 
treal 
Wandell Mrs, Victoria 
Wannington George, plumber, 73 

Queen 
Ward Frank, ass't undertaker, 75 

Princess 
Ward George, laborer, Bagot 
Ward Henry, painter, Victoria 
Ward John, (John Ward & 

Co,) h 162 Johnston 
Ward John, laborer, Bagot 
Ward John. (Farrell & Co) 

bds City hotel 
Ward John & Co, grocers, 

341-343 Princess 
Ward Owen, laborer, Bagot 
Ward Presly, blacksmith, 16 

Wade's lane 
Ward Thomas, laborer, 49 Bagot 
Ward W^m, engineer, 3 Chestnut 
Warrick C J, foreman locomotive 

works, 86 Arch 
Wartman E H, fruiterer, 219 Ba- 
got 
Wartman Raymond, mason, Al- 
bert 
Wartman Walter, mason, Albert 
Waters John, laborer, Stuart 
Waters John, baker, Raglan rd 
Watham Wm, stovefitter, 87 

Johnston 
Watkius Mrs Sarah, 262 Victoria 
Watson Alex, laborer, 74 Ontario 



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CITY OF KINGSTON. 



Watson Benj, 254 University ave 
Watson Geo, tailor, 226 Univer- 
sity ave 
Watson Prof John, MA, LL D, 

res Queen's College 
Watts Jas, gardener, 852 Prin- 
cess 
Watt Mrs Jennie (wid Jas), 107 

Clergy 
Watts James, laborer, 234 Well- 
ington 
Watts John, laborer, 23 Ontario 
Watts Wm, gardener, 254 Victoria 
Weaver Fred, tailor, 25 Rideau 
Weaver Reuben, mason, Colling- 

wood 
Weaver S D, jeweler, 355 King e 
Weaver Solomon, fancy goods, 

125 Princess, h 136 Queen 
Weber G M, pianomaker, 360 

Johnston 
Weber Piano Factory, E J 

B Peuse, prop, Ontario 
Weber Sylvester, tuner, 360 John- 
ston 
Webster Archie, machinist, 42 

Division 
Webster Chas, student, Stuart 
Webster Thos, plumber, 42 Clar- 
ence 
Webster W A, Dom Emigration 

Agent, Stuart 
Weese Oscar, bartender, Hotel 

Frontenac 
Weir Jas, steward K P, 22 Albert 
Weir Mrs Martha (wid Wm), 470 

Brock 
Weir Robt, guard K P, Albert 
Welch Alex, bartender, 202 

King e 
Welch Chas, marblecutter, 185 
Division 



Welch Edwin R, marblecutter, 

279 Division 
Welch E R & Son, marble dealers 

300 Princess 
Welsh Fred, marblecutter, 421 

Princess 
Welch Thomas, teamster K & P, 

202 King e 
Welch Walter, groom, 14 Prin- 
cess 
Weller Miss Sarah, fancy goods, 

107 Princess, h 442 Brock 
Weller Miss Rebecca, 442 Brock 
Wells Chas, livery, 106 Barrack 
Wells H P, Hvery, 36 Princess, h 

487 Princess 
Wells W J, harnessmaker, 373 

King e 
Wells W J, clerk P 0, 288 Well- 
ington 
Wemp John, laborer, 120 Bagot 
West W S, auctioneer, 250 On- 
tario 
Westcott Jno, laborer, 46 Union w 
Westlake William, clerk, Anglo- 
American Hotel 
Weston Mrs Matilda (wid Thos), 

300 Barrie 
Whalen Jas, mariner, 56 North 
Whalen Luke, engineer, Patrick 
Whalen Patrick, tanner, 17 John 
Wheale William, machinist, 135 

Montreal 
Whenlock M B, manager Lake 
Ontario Fish Co, 306 Johnston 
Whalen Mrs Margaret [wid 

Daniel] , 91 Gore 
Whinton J, plumber, 20 Charles 
Whitcomb Mrs Margaret, 266 
White Mrs Ehza, (wid Wm), 188 

Bagot 
White H A, traveler, 185 Col- 
borne 



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183 



White J C, tinsmith, 35 Main 
White Joseph, laborer, 76 Earl 
White J T, insurance, 92 Brock, 

h 194 University ave 
White Mrs R, dyer, 79 Princess 
White Mrs Sophia [wid John] , 

268 Wellington 
White Thos, sailor, Stephen 
White Wm, clerk, 177 Queen 
White W J B, city agent Canada 
Liie Assurance Co, 92 Brock, 
h 194 University ave 
Whitehead John, Bagot 
Whitehead Mrs Jas, 79 Colborne 
Whiteland John, Markland 
Whitehead Joseph, laborer, Mark- 
land 
Whitehead Robert, carter, Mark- 
land 
Whitfield James W, baker, 3 

Cherry 
Whiting Harold, brakesman, 

Miller's lane 
Whiting J L, B A., (Britton 

& Whiting) h 52 Clergy 
Whiting Rev R, 52 Clergy 
Wickham Chas, laborer, r 247 

Earl 
Wilder Geo, grocer, Albert 
Wiley Mrs Catharine, [wid John] 

412 Princess 
Wilkins Henry, painter, 410 

Johnston 
Wilkinson Mrs Caroline, 63 Queen 
Wilkinson C P, clerk, 165 Queen 

Wilkinson Gr E, G M Wilkin- 
son & Son, h 130 Bagot 
Wilkinson Geo M, 165 Queen 

Wilkinson Geo M & Son, 
[H J & G E] grocers & wine 
merchants, china crockery & 
glassware, 180 Wellington 



Wilkinson H J, [G M Wilkin- 
son & Son, h 180 Bagot 

Williams Cornelius, Victoria 

Williams David, engineer, 220 
Queen 

Williams GE, Sec Y M C A, 
13 Mack 

Williams Mrs Lydia, [wid Ed- 
ward] 58 William 

Williams Manley, hotel, 284 On- 
tario 

Williams Mrs Martha, [wid Geo] 
48 Earl 

Williamson Adam, contractor, 
115 Gore 

Williamson Mrs Annie, 122 Mon- 
treal 

Williamson Prof James, Queen's 
College, 134 Earl 

WiUiamson Mrs Mary, [wid Jas] 

38 CoUingwood 

Willie J B, laborer, 24 Pine 

Willis John, 99 King w 

Wilmott Chas, salesman, 276 Uni- 
versity ave 

Wilmot Edward, plumber, 265 
University ave 

Wilmott F H, civil service, Fron- 
tenac 

Wilmot Henry, contractor, Stuart 

Wilmot Mrs M, 265 University 
ave 

Wilmot Nathanial, blacksmith, 

39 Montreal, h 181 Colborne 
Wilson Major, E B, 126 Union 
Wilson Edward, stonecutter, 15 

Charles 

Wilson George, laborer, 12 Dea- 
con 

Wilson Geo, engineer, 80 On- 
tario 

Wilson G F, stonecutter, 29 Col- 
borne 



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Wilson H W, 50 Young 

Wilson James, mau'g dry-dock 

works, Centre 
Wilson Jas, farmer, 252 Victoria 
Wilson J B E, clerk, 126 Union w 
Wilson John F, foreman Ratbbun 

Co, 302 King w 
Wilson Jos, mason, 107 Queen 
Wilson J W, drug clerk, 247 

Brock 
Wilson Mrs, laundress, 109 Ord- 
nance 
Wilson Miss M J, 192 Bagot 
Wilson Richard, laborer, 62 North 
Wilson Robt, laborer, 272 Syden- 
ham 
Wilson Robt, driller, 88 York 
Wilson R J, manager C P R 
Tel Co, agent for K N & W Ry, 
h 364 Brock 
Wilson Mrs S E, [wid Thomas] , 

136 King e 
Wilson Thos, laborer, Raglan rd 
Wilson T C, livery, 120 Clarence, 

h 202 Queen 
Wilson Walter, laborer, r 87 

Johnston 
Wilson Wm, manager cotton mill 

Rideau 
Wilson Wm, 198 Queen 
Wilson Wm, laborer, r 87 John- 
ston 
Wilson Wm jr, 89 Cataraqui 
WILSON W J. 'The Phar- 
macy," 185 Princess st, 
Chemist and Druggist, 
wholesale and retail. 
Physicians* supplies a 
specialty. Surgical in- 
struments, spectacles an- 
other prominent branch 
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Wilton H A, tinsmith, 243 Bagot 

Wilton Henry, haruessmaker, 243 
Bagot 

Wiltshire Walter, baker, 653 
Princess 

Windsor Hotel, P McLaugh- 
lin, prop. Princess, cor Mont- 
real. See advt 

Wolfe Z, sailor, 257 King e 

Wolsey Geo, laborer, 7 Cherry 

Woman's Medical College 
G A Stansbury, caretaker, 76 
Union w 

Wonham H E C, clerk, Montreal 
bank, bds 11 Maitland 

Wood Bros, watchmakers, 236 
Princess 

Wood C W, guard K P, New- 
man's cottages. King w 

Wood H A, Wood Bros, h 236 
Princess 

Wood Henry, plumber, 29 Charles 

Wood Isaac, medical student, 236 
Princess 

Wood J, grainshoveler, 31 Pine 

Wood Robert, tobacconist, 238 
Princess 

Wood Samuel, laborer, 75 Pine 

Wood Wm, gardener, Victoria 

Wood Wm, laborer, 224 Welling- 
ton 

Woodhead Thomas, caretaker, 54 
Place d'Armes 

Woodrow Henry, boilermaker, 
306 Queen 

Woodward A J, engineer, 55 Wil- 
liam 

WoodN Chas, printer, 26 Main 

Woods George, Beverley 

Woods L M, fancy goods, 101 
Princess 

Woods Miss M, fancy goods, 192 
Wellington 



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Woods Mrs Mary, (wid Luke) 120 

Johnston 
Woods Mrs Wm, 134 Chatham 
Woods Wm, teamster, Frontenac 
Woollard Thos, dairyman, 841 

Princess 
WoUard Wm, clerk, Frontenac 
Wooton James, pedler, Artillery 

Park 
Wooton J J, cartef, 216 Alfred 
Workman Mrs Mary Ann (wid 

Samuel), Alice 
Wormworth Piano Co, Wm 

H Wormworth, prop, 115 Brock 
Woirnworth Wm H, prop 

Wormworth Piano Co, h 117 

Earl 
Wormworth Mrs Mary (wid W 

H), 117 Earl 
Worth Mrs Ellen (wid Thomas), 

Bagot 
Worth Thomas, caretaker, riding 

school 
Wrenshall C E, artist, 81 Albert 
Wrenshall C M, clerk. Merchants 

bank, 81 Albert 
Wright Mrs Caroline [wid John] 

378 Johnston 
Wright Clark & Son, hatters 

& furriers, 178 Wellington 
Wright Clark, W. (Clark & 

Soil h 25 Colborne 
Wright George, 110 Barrack 
Wright Geo, machinist, 288 Qneen 
Wright John, clerk, 23 Division 
Wright John, engineer, 303 King 

west 
Wright Matthew, cabinet-maker, 

12 Cowdy 
Wright Robert, naason, 805 Bagot 
Wright Thos, laborer, 35 Young 
Wright Wm butcher, 266 John- 
ston 



Wright Zedoc, currier, 289 Well- 
ington 

Wurtele Capt A G G, Koyal Mil 
Col, 140 Johnston 

Wycott & Irvine, dressmakers, 9 
Montreal 

Wylie G C, carpenter, 403 King e 

Yates Mrs Elizabeth, 64 William 

Yates Jas B, r 247 Earl 

Yates Mrs Jane [wid Horace] , 
Centre 

Yates J, stonecutter, 59 Charles 

Yeateman Henry, machinist, 100 
Pine 

Yeateman Mrs, 43 Princess 

Yeddo Henry, engineer, 23 On- 
tario 

Yon Leon, quarryman, Russell 

Youlder Henry, engineer, 60 
Wellington 

Young David J, conductor K & 
P, 176 Bagot 

Young Miss F E, 201 Earl 

Young George, agent, the 
Shedden Co, h 169 University 
ave 

Young George, shoemaker, 198 
Colborne 

Young Henry, 303 Barrie 

Young Henry, mason, 84 Quebec 

Young Henry, laborer, 15 Uni- 
versity ave 

Young Mrs Jane (wid Joseph), 
31 Rideau 

Young Mrs Jane (wid Wm), 100 
Earl 

Young Men's Christian As- 
sociation, Geo E Williams, 
Sec, 123 Princess 

Young Richard, trade instructor 
K P, 7 Pembroke 

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Young S Er, currier, 200 Eideau 



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21 Balaclava 
Yule Jas, traveler, 71 Colborne 
Ziegler Geo, brewer, 54 Bay 



Subscribers' Classilied Business Directory. 



ACCOUNTANT. 

McCann J S R, 332 King e 

ARCHITECTS. 

Gillen & Gillen, Bagot, cor 

Brock 
Power & Son, Golden Lion 

Block, Wellington 
Reid James B, 81 Brock 

ASSIGNEE. 

McCann J S R, 332 King e 

AUCTIONEER. 

Martin E R, 86 Brock. 

BAKERS. 

Carnovsky T R, 670 Princess 
Toye R H, 302 King e 

BANKS. 

Bank British North America, 

City Hall 
Merchants, King, cor William 
Montreal, King, cor William 
Ontario, Wellington, cor Clar- 
ence 

BANKERS. 

Carruthers J B, Clarence, cor 
Wellington 

Cheque Bank of London, Don- 
ald Fraser, agent, 344 King e 

Fraser Donald, 344 King e 

Kent Bros, gi Clarence 



BERBER. 

Johnson J B, 157 Wellington 

BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS. 

Agnew James, City Hall 
Britton & Whiting, 69 Clar- 
ence 
Kirkpatrick & Rogers, 194 

Ontario 
Lyon H V, 299 King e 
Macdonnell& Mudie, 38 Clar- 
ence 
Machar J M, 38 Clarence 
Mclntyre & Mclntyre, 304 

King e 
Mundell Wm, 151 Wellington 
Shannon R W, 89 Clarence . 
Shaw Robert, 332 King e 
Skinner J S, 81 Brock 
Smythe & Smith, 192 Ontario 
Snook T L, 200 Ontario 
Shibley H T, 44 Clarence 
Strange John, 95 Clarence 
Sullivan W H, 36 Clarence 
Walkem & Walkem, 93 Clar- 
ence 

BOAT BUILDERS. 

Knapp A C, Cataraqui Bridge 
Sharmau T N^ foot Simcoe 

BOOKBINDERS. 

McAuley Thos, 356 King e 
Smith Mrs H S, 43 Brock 



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BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS 

British and Foreign Bible So- 
ciety Depository, G S Ho- 
bart, 155 Princess 

Henderson John & Co, 86 
Princess 

McAuley Thomas, 356 King e 
and 208 Princess 

Nisbet Francis, Brock, cor 
Wellington 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Armstrong D F, 141 Princess 
Cunningham Thomas, 267 

Princess 
Dick, W J & Son, 168 Princess 
Haines & Lockett, 116 Prin 
Noxon & Rockwell, Princess, 

cor Bagot 
Offord Geo, sr, 127 Princess 

and 48 Brock 

BOTTLING WORKS 

Hinds Bros, 10 Market Square 
McParland Jas, 341 King e 
Pipe Wm, 261 Princess 

BREWER. 

Bajus Philip, 308 Wellington 

builders' SUPPLIES. 

Taylor F D, 216 Princess 

BUILDER AND CARPENTER 

Brooks Thos S, 94 Albert 

BICYCLE DEALERS. 

Hill E C, 115 Brock 
McDowall R J, 471 Princess 

CARRIAGE MANUFACTURER. 

Laturney James, 390-2 Prin 



CARTAGE AGENTS. 

Shedden Co The, foot William 

CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS. 

Hobart G S, 155 Princess 
King J G, Market Square 
Mitchell E C, 124 Princess 
Poison N C & Co, 232-4 Prin 
Skinner Henry & Co, whole- 
sale, 171 Princess 
Wade Henry, cor King and 

Brock 
Wilson W J, 185 Princess 

CHINA, GLASSWARE, ETC. 

Ockley Vincent & Sons, 115-17 

Princess 
Robertson Bros, 187 Princess 

CIGAR MANUFACTURERS. 

McGowan Geo A. 43 Brock 
Oberndorffer's, 89 Princess 

COAL AND WOOD. 

Anglin W B & S, Wellington, 
cor Bay 

Breck & Booth, 176 Ontario 

Crawford R & Co, foot Queen 
and 300 King w 

Prison Gate Mission Wood 
Yard, Wellington, cor Bar- 
rack 

Swift James & Co, foot John- 
ston 

Walsh P, Barrack, cor Ontario 

COMMISSION AGENT. 

Loscombe, A E M, 136 Wel- 
lington 

CONFECTIONERS. 

Crothers, H & W J, 207 Wei- 

lington 
Toye R H, 302 King e 



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DENTISTS. 

Black. DA, 19 Montreal 

Clark J H, M D, 194 Wel- 
lington 

Clements Leonard, 142 Wel- 
lington 

Stackhouse A, Bagot, cor Prin 

DRY GOODS. 

Bowes & Bisonette, 204 Prin 
Cousineau, Quinn & Corrigan, 

80 Princess 
Crumley Bros, 94 Princess 
Hardy John C & Co, 88-90-92 

Princess 
Laidlaw J & Son, 170 Prin 
Macnee & Minnes, wholesale, 

251 Bagot 
Minnes & Burns, Princess, cor 

Bagot 
Murray & Taylor, 114 Prin 
Richmond, Orr & Co., 120-22 

Princess 
Ross Alex, 128-30 Princess 
Shaw Felix & Co, 174 Prin 
Spence & Co, 132-34 Princess 
Waldron Richard, 174 Wel- 

Hngton 
Walsh & Steacy, 106 Princess 

ELECTRIC LIGHTING, 

Kingston Light, Heat and 
Power Co, 19 Queen 

EXPRESS COMPANIES. 

American, King, cor Brock 
Canadian, King, cor Brock 
Dominion, King, cor Clarence 

FLOUR AND FEED. 

Campbell J G & Son, foot of 
Brock 



Fisher Joseph, 43 Princess 
Franklin C D, 18 Market Sq 
Franklin J, 213 Princess 
McNeill W J, 6r Brock 
Neelon S, 113 Brock 
Rathbun Co, 269 Ontario 

FORWARDING COMPANIES. 

Kingston & Montreal Forward- 
ing Co, Portsmouth 

Montreal Transportation Co, 
foot Queen 

FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS. 

Chown & Cunningham Co'y, 

Victoria Foundry, cor King 

and Queen 
Kingston Foundry & Machine 

Co, J H Taylor, manager 

Ontario 

FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS 
AND DEALERS. 

Brame Henry, 251 Princess 
Carnovsky B H, 128 Ontario 
Drennan W M, 75 Princess 
Marshall F C, 263 Princess 
Reid James, 254 Princess 

gents' FURNISHERS. 

Ashley W^ G, 126 Princess 
Baker R D, 352 King e 
Brophy Joseph, 344 King e 
Dunbar John, 181 Wellington 
Grand Union Clothing Co'y, 

122 Princess 
Jenkins E P, 57 Brock 
McNaughton & Co, 191 Prin 
Rattenbury J R, 206 Princess 

GROCERS. 

Behan, J J, 326 King e 
Brown Jas & Co, 176 Ontario 



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Chapman Elisha F, Queen, 

cor Division 
Crawford James, 182 Princess 
Davy Norman, 107 King w 
Farrell & Co, 45 Brock 
Gibson David, 345-7 Princess 
Gunn A & Co, wholesale 125-7 

Ontario 
Henderson J S, 61 Brock 
Johns Thomas H, 270 Prin 
McRae Bros, cor Wellington 

and Brock 
McRae W R & Co, wholesale 

Wellington, cor Brock 
Martin A R, 266 Princess 
Redden James, & Co 178 Prin 
Robertson Geo & Son, whole- 
sale, 183 Ontario 
Runians N E, 242 Princess 
Shore Loynes & Co, 200 Prin 
Stroud Bros, 109 Princess 
Swan Geo T, 27 Ellice 
Ward J & Co, 341-3 Princess 
Wilkinson Geo M & Son, 180 
Wellington 

HARDWARE. 

Bibby H D, 335 King e 
Chown A & Co, 252 Bagot 
Dalton & Strange, 143 Prin 
Horsey R M & Co, 189 Prin 
McMahon Bros, 85-7 Princess 
Martin W C, saddlery, 216 

Princess 
Muckleston, J & Co, 71-3 

Princess 
Strachan Arch, 193 Princess 

HATS AND CAPS. 

Galloway James, 84 Princess 
Mills Geo& Co, i7oWellingt'n 



Page J B & Co, 138 Princess 
Wright Clark & Sons, 178 
Wellington 

HOTELS. 

Anglo-American, A S Moreland 
Ontario, cor Johnston 

American, R Beaupre, 27 
Brock 

British-American, J E Dun- 
ham, King, cor Clarence 

City, Sloan Bros, 133-7 Prin 

Hotel Frontenac, E H Dun- 
ham, Ontario 

Hub, Edward Halladay, 22 
Market Square 

Lake View, A Simpson, On- 
tario, cor Queen 

Ottawa, Jas Norris, Princess, 
cor Ontario 

Provincial, J T Catlin, Brock 

Queen's, D Staley, 119-27 
Brock 

Stanley, Johnston Brown, On- 
tario cor Market Square 

St. Lawaence, George Elder, 
King, cor Queen 

Union, E Thornton, Ontario, 
cor Brock 

Windsor, P McLaughlin, 205- 
209 Princess 

INSURANCE COMPANIES AND 
AGENTS. 

Accident Ins Co of North Am- 
erica, J P Gildersleeve, 42 
Clarence 

Mti\'d. Fire Ins Co, Hartford, 
J Swift, King, cor Clarence 

Agricultural Fire, Watertown, 



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W H Godwin, 344 King e 
Atlas Fire, J S R NcCann, 332 

King e 
British American Assurance, 

Fire, W H Godwin, 344 

King e 
British Empire Mutual Life 

Co, C H Martin, 88 Brock 
British & Foreign Marine, J P 

Gildersleeve, 42 Clarence 
Caledonian Fire, J P Gilder- 
sleeve, 42 Clarence 
Canadian Mutual Life, A E M 

Loscombe, 136 Wellington 
City of London Fire, Strange 

& Strange, 95 Clarence 
Com'rc'l Union Fire, Strange 

& Strange, 95 Clarence 
Confederation Life, J P Oram 

88 Brock 
Connecticut Fire, J Swift, King 

cor Clarence 
Dominion Plate Glass, Strange 

& Strange, 95 Clarence 
Eastern Fire Assurance, A E 

M Loscombe, 136 Welling'n 
Fire Insurance Association, 

Mills & Mills, 79 Clarence 
Guardian Firs Assurance, W 

H Godwin, 344 King e 
Guarantee Co of North Amer- 
ica, J P Gildersleeve, 42 

Clarence 
Hartford Fire Co, J Swift, King 

cor Clarence 
Imperial Fire, London, Eng, 

C H Martin, 88 Brock 
Lancashire Fire Ins Co, J P 

Gildersleeve, 42 Clarence 



Lancashire Fire Ins Co, Thos 

Briggs, 87 Clarence 
Lloyd's London & Liverpool 

Marine, Thomas Briggs, 87 

Clarence 
Lloyd's Plate Glass Ins Co'y, 

Mills & Mills, 79 Clarence 
London Assurance Fire, W H 

Godwin, 344 King e 
London Guarantee& Accident 

C H Martin, 88 Brock 
London Guarantee & Accident 

Mills & Mills, 79 Clarence 
London & Lancashire Fire, E 

C Hill, 115 Brock 
London Life Insur Co, R P 

Pierce, 351 King e 
London Assurance Corpora- 
tion, Mills & Mills, 79 Clar- 
ence 
London & Lancashire Life Co, 

Mills & Mills, 79 Clarence 
Manufacturers' Life,W Moore 

90 Brock 
Manufacturers' Accident, A E 

M Loscombe, 136 Welling'n 
Mutual Life Ins Co, N Y, R J 

McDowall, 471 Princess 
National Fire, (Ireland), J S R 

McCann, 332 King e 
New York Life Ins Co, Donald 

Eraser, 344 King e 
Northern Assurance Co, Mills 

& Mills, 79 Clarence 
North British Mercantile Ins 

Co, M Flanagan, City Hall 
Norwich & London Accident 

Assurance Co, C H Martin, 

88 Brock 



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Norwich Union Fire, T Y 
Greet, Ontario Bank 

Phenix Fire, Brooklyn, J Swift 
King, cor Clarence 

Phoenix Fire Ins Co, Strange 
& Strange, 95 Clarence 

Phoenix Fire, Hartford, R J 
McDowall, 471 Princess 

Phoenix Fire, Hartford, C H 
Martin, 88 Brock 

Queens Ins Co, Mills & Mills, 
79 Brock 

Royal Insurance Co, Strange 
& Strange, 95 Clarence 

Royal Insurance Co, Donald 
Fraser, 344 King e 

Royal Canadian Fire & Mar- 
ine, C F Gildersleeve, 42 
Clarence 

Scottish Union and National 
Fire, C H Martin, 88 Brock 

Standard Life Assurance, J P 
Gildersleeve, city agent, 42 
Clarence; G H Allen, resi- 
dent inspector 

Sun Life and Accident, E C 
Hill, 115 Brock 

Western Assurance Co, Mills 
& Mills, 79 Clarence 

LAUNDRIES. 

Kingston Laundry, 206 Prin 

Model Steam Laundry, Bas- 

sam & Milne, 46 Princess 

LOAN COMPANIES AND AGENTS 

Can. Mutual Loan & Invest- 
ment Co, J S R McCann, 
sec-treas, 332 King e 

Can. Permanent Loan & Sav- 
ings Co, EC Hill, 115 Brock 



Frontenac Loan & Investment 

Co, 49 Clarence 
Ontario Building & Savings 

Co, 67 Clarence 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

Anglin, W B & S, foot of Wel- 
lington 

Caldwell A & Son, Ontario, 
cor Place d'Armes 

Rathbun The Co, foot Queen 
and 300 King w 

Strachan M & Son, Barriefield 

MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUER. 

Gildersleeve J P, 42 Clarence 

MERCHANT TAILORS. 

Dunlop Wm, 353 King e 
Flett A G, 214 Princess 
Grand Union Clothing Co'y, 

122 Princess 
Lambert & Walsh, no Prin 
Livingston C & Bro, 75-77 

Brock 
McNaughton & Co, 191 Prin 
O'Brien & Howland, King cor 

Princess 
Prevost Z, 55 Brock 
Robinson C, 185 Wellington 
Sands J S & Son, 171 Wel- 
lington 
Smith, Jos A B, 259 King e 
Spencer R, 79 Brock 
Tweddell John, 131 Princess 

MUSIC DEALERS. 

Carey & Son, 156 Wellington 
Henderson John & Co, 86 

Princess 
McAuley Thos, 356 King e 
McDowall R J, 471 Princess 



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MUSIC TEACHER (VOCAL AND 
INSTRUMENTAL.) 

Callaghan Miss M A, no Earl 

NEWSPAPERS. 

British Whig, 334-6 King e 

Canadian Freeman, 128 Clar- 
ence 

Daily and Weekly News, 67 
Princess 

Weekly British Whig, 334-6 
King e 

PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGERS 

McMahon T & Co, Brock, cor 

Bagot 
Robinson Bros, 275 Bagot 

PAINTS AND OILS. 

Bibby H D, 335-7 King e 
Dalton & Strange, 143 Prin 
Horsey R M & Co, i8g Prin 
Strachan Arch, 193 Princess 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Henderson H, 88 Princess 
Powell J W, 165 Princess 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

Anglin W G, 52 Earl 
Chown A P, 155 Brock 
Connell J C, 254 King e 
Cunningham David, 151 Syd- 
enham 
Dupuis Thos R, 7 Montreal 
Fee Samuel H, 405 Princess 
Fenwick K N, 141 King e 
Fenwick T M, King cor Bar- 
rack 
Funnell R V, 230 Princess 
Garrett Richard W, 52 John- 
ston 



Henderson W H, 95 Welling- 
ton 
Hemstead Edwin, 196 King e 
Herald John, 199 King e 
Livingstone Marion, 233 

Bagot 
McVety A F, 238 King 
Oliver A S, 203 King e 
Phelan Daniel, 248 Bagot 
Ryan Edward, 12-14 Montreal 
Saunders H J, 244 King e 
Strange O S, cor King and 

Union 
Sullivan M, 360 King e 

PIANOS AND ORGANS. 

Carey & Son, 156 Wellington 
McDowall R. J., Dealer in 
Bell, Evans Bros. Mors, 
Keller Bros., Brantord, 
Foisy, Wagner, Guild & 
Fisher Pianos ; the Bell, 
Thomas, Uxbridge, Do- 
herty, Bridgeport, Corn- 
wall, Chicago Cottage 
and New England Or- 
gans, No. 471 Princess. 
Ohlke P, Heintzman, 184 

Wellington 
Reyner J, Golden Lion Block, 

Wellington. 
Weber Factory, 128 Ontario 
Wormwith Piano Co'y> 115 
Brock 

PICTURES AND FRAMES. 

Kirkpatrick M, 159 Princess 
Ohlke P, 184 Wellington 

PLANING MILLS, SASH AND 
DOORS. 

Anghn W B and S, foot Wel- 
lington 



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Strachan M and Son, Barrie- 
field 

PLUMBERS & STEAM FITTERS. 

Bastow J G, 349 King e 
Dunn Wm, 229 Princess 
Jamieson Joseph, 42 Johnston 
McKelvey & Birch, 71 Brock 
McNeill Neil, 66 Brock 
Nugent & Taylor, 183 Well- 
ington 

PRINTERS, BOOK AND JOB. 

British Whig, 334-336 King e 
Canadian Freeman, 128 Clar- 
ence 
Daily News, 67 Princess 
Smith John, 153 Wellington 

RAILROAD TICKET AGENTS. 

Canadian Pacific & Kingston 
& Pembroke, F Conway, K 
& P Station, Ontario 

Canadian Pacific & Kingston 
& Pembroke, J P Gilder- 
sleeve, 42 Clarence 

Kingston, Napanee & Western 
R J Wilson, Clarence, cor 
Ontario 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Cliff Geo, 95 Clarence 
Loscombe A E M, 136 Well- 
ington 
McCann J S R, 332 King e 
Moore Wm, 90 Brock 

ROOM PAPER AND PAPER HANG- 
ERS. 

McMahon T & Co, cor Brock 

and Bagot 
Robinson Bros, 277 Bagot 



SEWING MACHINES. 

New Home, R J McDowall, 
471 Princess 

New Raymond, R J McDow- 
all, 471 Princess 

Rapid, R J McDowall, 471 
Princess 

Singer, J Laishley, 213 Prin- 
cess 

White, John Cunningham, 
348 King e 

Standard, R J McDowall, 471 
Princess 

SPORTING GOODS. 

Routley John, 173 Princess 

STEAMSHIP LINES (OCEAN). 

GILDERSLEEVE J. P, agt 
for the Anchor, Allan, 
Beaver, Black Diamond, 
Ounard, Inman and Red 
Star Steamship Lines, 
42 Clarence 

STOVES, TINWARE, ETC. 

Bibby H D, 337 King e 
Chown Cunningham Co, 248 

j5agot 
Chown Edwin & Son, 250 

Bagot 
Dunn Wm, 229 Princess 
Horsey R M & Co, 189 Prin- 
cess 
McKelvey & Birch, 71 Brock 
Nugent & Taylor, 183 Well- 
ington 

TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE 
COMPANIES. 

Bell Telephone Co, 186 On- 
tario 

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Canadian Pacific Telegraph 
Co, Clarence, cor Ontario, 
uptown office, H A Liffiton, 
167 Princess 

Great North-Western Tele- 
graph Co, 34 Clarence, up- 
town office, G S Hobart, 
155 Princess 

TOBACCONISTS. 

Baker R D, 209 Princess 
Routley John, 173 Princess 
Wade F C, 49 Brock 

UNITED STATES CONSUL. 

Twitchell M H, 174 Ontario 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Brame Henry, 251 Princess 



Drennan W M, 75 Princess 
Reid James, 254 Princess 

WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELERS 

Arniel W J, 339 King e 
Johnston Albert E, 100 Prin- 
cess 
Liffiton H A, 167 Princess 
Spangenberg F W 347 King e 

WHARFINGERS. 

Breck & Booth, foot West 
Calvin & Co, Ontario, corner 

Clarence 
A Gunn & Co, Ontario 
Richardson & Sons, foot Prin- 
cess 
Swift Jas & Co, foot Johnston 



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Adams Jas, trade instructor K P 
Alexander John, sausage maker 
Alexander Philip, grain buyer 
Allen Joseph A 
AngHn Wm, bursar Asylum for 

the Insane 
Appleton Robert, guard K P 
Arthurs Robt, laborer 
Arthurs Wm, mechanic 
Arundell Wm, carpenter 
Asselstine Edward 
Asylum for the Insane. C K 

Clarke, superintendent 
Atkins Alex, guard K P 
Atkins Richard, guard K P 
Ault Franklin, guard K P 
Baiden Eh, gardener 
Baiden Henry, gardener 
Baiden Richard, gardener 
Baker John, accountant 
Bannister Henry, surveyor 
Baugh Francis 



Beaupre Alfred, sailor 
Beaupre Charles, sailor 
Beaupre Edward, hotel keeper 
Beaupre Peter M, guard K P 
Belanger Maxime, carpenter 
Bradden J, hotel 
Buck Matthew, carpenter 
Burke Edward F, butcher 
Burke Henry, laborer 
Cameron Alexander, contractor 
Campbell James P M, grocer 
Carlton Wm, mechanic 
Carr Wm, gardener 
Cartwright Rev C E 
Clarke C K, superintendent of 

Asylum for Insane 
ConnijUy Henry, mechanic 
Convery Thos, carpenter 
Cooper Thos, laborer 
Craig Mrs Margaret 
Craig Capt Thos J, mariner 
Crawford Wm, gardener 



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Crimmons Frank, clerk 

Crimmons Patrick, keeper Asylum 

Culcheth Ernest, baker 

Dennison James, carpenter 

Dennisou John, carpenter 

DeWolfe Gurney 

DobbsRevFW 

Dodds James H, blacksmith 

Donnelly John, guard K P 

Doyle James, guard K P 

Duncan Wm, bookkeeper 

Ducott Edward 

Elliott Thos C, guard Asyluiu 

Evans Thos, guard Asylum 

Fahey Miss, matron Penitentiary 

Ferguson Geo, laborer 

Fisher John, brewer 

Fisher Wm, brewer 

Fitzgerald Patrick, carpenter 

Fitzgibbon Daniel 

Flynn John, laborer 

Foster James M, keeper Asylum 

Gillespie Jas, keeper Asylum 

Gilmour William 

Gordon William 

Goulding Timothy, laborer 

Graham Jethro, salesman 

Graham R M, accountant 

Graham Thos F, carpenter 

Graham Wm, carpenter- 

Graham Wm jr, carpenter 

Grass Daniel E 

Gunn W, hospital overseer K P 

Halliday James 

Hannigan Hugh, laborer 

Hartrick John, keeper Asylum 

Henstridge Josephus, teacher 

Hewton Fred C, clerk 

Hewtou Eobt, chief keeper K P 

Hewton Otto E 

Hogan Wm, blacksmith 

Holland Geo jr, laborer 

Holland Geo sr 



Holland Jas, laborer 

Holland John 

Holland Wm, guard K P 

Hooper Joseph W, carpenter 

Howard Thos, carpenter 

Hughes David, keeper Asylum 

Hurst Wm, guard K P 

Johnston Edward, guard Asylum 

Jones Robert 

Kelly Thos, village clerk " 

Kennedy Mrs Ann 

Kennedy John, guard K P 

Kennedy Michael, messenger KT 

Kennedy Patrick, laborer 

Kennedy Thos, laborer 

Kennedy W J, clerk 

Keon Michael, guard K P 

Kerr Hugh 

Kerr William 

Kingston & Montrfeal For- 
warding Co (Limited), A 
Gunn, president. Jas Stewart, 
agent 

Kingston Penitentiary, M 

Lavell, warden 

Kuifeton Elizabeth 

Langridge Stephen 

Laughrane Lawrence 

Lavell M, M D, Warden King- 
ston Penitentiary 

Lavell Harry 

Lawson Hugh 

Leahy Michael, keeper K P 

Liddell Joseph, carpenter 

Liddle Mrs Mary 

Lonergan Thos, keeper Asylunl 

Lowe Samuel, merchant 

McCammon Robt, baker 

McCammon T jr, keeper Asylum 

McCammon Thos sr, baker 

McCauley Geo sr, guard K P 

McCauley Geo jr, carpenter 

McCauley Robt, guard K P 



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McConnell Wm, grocer 
McConville Chas, guard K P 
McGeein D J, clerk 
McGeehan Richard, carpenter 
McGeein Bernard, keeper K P 
McGeein Andrew, driver 
McGeein Daniel, carpenter 
McGeein John 
McDwain Francis 
Mcllwain William 
McKeever Archibald 
McLean Allan, steward Asylum 
McLeod John, contractor 
McManus Hugh 
McManus Mrs Mary J 
McNulty Wm J. laborer 
McWaters Alex, laborer 
McWaters John, mechanic 
Madill Wm H, keeper asylum 
Marks John B, carpenter 
Marks Richard, carpenter 
Marks Wm, carpenter 
Mathewson Francis 
Mathewson J B, teacher E P 
Mathewson John P, carpenter 
Matier Samuel, baker 
Metcalf Mrs Mary 
Milne Alexander 
Mills John, keeper K P 
Moopey Edward, guard K P 
Mooney Wm S, guard K P 
Moore Jas W, laborer 
Moore John, shoemaker 
Moore Samuel 
Moore Thos, guard K P 
Newman George 
Newman John, laborer 
Nicholson Amos, carpenter 
Nicholson Francis 
Nicholson John, carpenter 
Nicholson Thos, carpenter 
Norris Robert, carpenter 
O'Neill John, boilermaker 



O'Neill Richard, keeper K P 

Payne John, mason 

Payne Joseph, guard K P 

Porter Andrew, laborer 

Porter William, laborer 

Potter Charles 

Potter Joseph, gardener 

Pound Henry 

Pugh Thomas, guard K P 

Redmond John, sr 

Redmond John jr, clerk 

Robb Henry, carpenter 

Robinson J, assistant medical 

sup't. Asylum for Insane 
Scally John, guard K P 
Sexton Geo, fisherman 
Seymour Isaiah, boilermaker 
Shea William 
Shine Henry, carpenter 
Short James, hotelkeeper 
Smith John, sawyer 
Smith Thomas, keeper K P 
Smith Thomas 
Smith Wm, laborer 
Stevenson Samuel 
Stewart John, carpenter 
Stoness Robert, laborer 
Sullivan Wm, deputy warden 

KP 
Swift Michael, moulder 
Thompson Andrew, guard K P 
Tobm Thos, guard K P 
Van Straubenzie Col B, D A G 
Watts John, gardener 
Watts Samuel jr 
Williamson Jas N 
Williamson John, laborer 
Wishart Edward, carpenter 
Wood Nial P, farmer K P 
Woodhouse David 
Woodhouse Henry, teamster K P 
Woods Wm, laborer 



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CITY COUNCIL. 

Mayor, VV. M. Drennan ; vVm. Car- 
son, Geo. Cliff, Wm. Dunlop, R. F. 
Elliott, John Gaskiu, John C. Hardy, 
John Herald, F. X. LaChance, Charles 
Livingston, C. H. Martin, John Muck- 
leston, John McCammon, Donald Mc- 
Intyre, John McLeod, N. C. Poison, 
F. 8. Rees, J. S. Skinner, E.S. Steacy, 
J. F. Swift, C. VV. Wright, Wm. 
Wilson, Aldermen. 

City Officials. — Michael Flanagan, 
clerk ; F. C. Ireland, treasurer; James 
Agnew, solicitor ; Thomas 0. Bolger, 
engineer ; Wm. S. Gordon, assessor 
and commissioner ; George Thompson, 
collector; Wm. McCammon, market 
clerk and harbour master ; Andrew 
Lanigan, messenger ; John Duff, police 
magistrate ; James P. Gildersleeve, 
registrar ; F. J. George, deputy regis- 
trar. 

City Engineer's Department. — 
T. O. Bolger, chief ; Ernest T. Roberts, 
chief clerk ; VVm. A. Newlands, clerk ; 
John Wright, foreman. 

City Water Works Department. — 
T. 0. Bolger, engineer ; Thos. Hewitt, 
foreman ; F. T. Smith, collector ; Chas. 
Jones, assistant collector ; F. C. Ire- 
land, treasurer. 

Police Force — Edwin Horsey, chief; 
Robt. Carson, sergeant ; Robt. Nes- 
bitt, sergeant; Samuel McCuUough, 
Alexander Snodden, Philip H. Small, 
James Megarry, John Tuttle, Orlando 
Burnett, Robert E. Aiken, John 
Ballentine, Jas. A. Craig, Nicholas 
Timmerman, Isaiah Beaubiah, James 
Bateson, policemen. 

Fire Department.— Henry Youl- 
den, chief ; Wm. Hall, assistant ; John 



Lemmon, foreman ; John Hughes, sec- 
retary ; J. Lemmon, treasuier. 

Fire Alarm. — No. I, for a section 
from the west side of Princess street 
to Clarence, and from Bagot street to 
the water's edge ; 2, for a section from 
east side of Pr incess street to Bay, and 
from Bagot to the Water's edge ; 3, 
corner Queen and Montreal ; 4, corner 
Rideau and Bay ; 5, on Division, (All 
Saints' Church) ; 6, on Princess, near 
University Avenue ; 7, corner Aim 
and Redan ; 8, corner Earl and Barrie; 
9, Knitting Mill ; 12, Montreal, near 
Charles ; 13, corner River and Rideau ; 
14, Military College ; 15, Hospital ; 

17, corner Earl and University Avenue; 

18, corner King and Union ; 21, corner 
John and Montreal ; 23, corner Prin- 
cess and Barrie ; 24, Williamsville ; 
25, corner Arch and Deacon ; 26, 
Bagot, near William ; 27, Grove Inn ; 
28, Adelaide, above Patrick ; 29, cor- 
ner Brock and Albert ; 32, corner Col- 
borne and Main ; 35, corner West and 
Sydenham ; 42, corner Victoria and 
Alfred. 

City Coroners. — Drs. H. J. Saun- 
ders, D. Phelan and E. Mundell. 

Board of Trade. — James Minnes, 
president ; Thomas Mills, sec.-treas. 

TRUSTEES. 
Collegiate Institute. — Edw. H. 
Smythe, Q.C., LL.D., chairman ; Hon. 
G. A. Kirkpatrick, Edw. J. B. Penge, 
Prof. Dupuis, J. B. Carruthers, (sec- 
retary), Dr. Ryan, Senator Sullivan. 
J. S. R McCann, treasurer. 

Public Schools. — VV. J. Arniel, 
chairman ; S. Anglin, S. Angrove, E. 
Bennett, A. F. Chown, Thos. Donnelly, 
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treasurer. 

Separate Schools. —Rev. T. Kelly, 
chairman ; Thos. J. Hennessey, secre- 
retary ; Owen Tierney, treasurer ; Dr. 
Ryan, inspector; R. J. Bowes, J. J. 
Behan, B. J. Leahy, L. O'Brien, F. X. 
LaChance, W. J. McNeill, J. T. Cat- 
lin, J. O'Donnell, A. Hanley, trustees. 

POST OFFICE STAFF. 
Jas. Shannon, postmaster ; John L. 
Renton, assistant postmaster ; John 
Kelly, American mail ; F. McDonald, 
Kingston & Pembroke mails ; James 
P. Pense, newspaper bunk ; James Mc- 
Bride, general delivery ; Allan Cham- 
berland, assistant general delivery 
clerk ; R. J. D'Arcy, registered letter 
office ; W. O'Reilly, assistant register- 
ed letter clerk; VV. Wells, customs 
parcels ; G. Meagher, stamping clerk ; 
A. T. Deacon, postage stamp clerk ; 
C. G. Shannon, money order clerk ; 
A. H. Miller, John Collins, Robert 
Lewers, Robt. Gilmour, Robt. Kearns, 
William Neill, Robt. Jno. Elliott, 
Robert Edward Genge, J. J. Maguire, 
letter carriers; B. McConville, letter 
collector ; John Morrisey, messenger. 

POST OFFICE INSPECTOR'S OF- 
FICE—KINGSTON DIVISION. 
Allan Jones, Post Office Inspector ; 
P. H. Mackarrow, assistant P. 0. In- 
spector; J. E. Hopkirk, J. C. Strange, 
H. F. Wilmot. 

RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS. 
H. F. Ketcheson, D. J. Walker, jr., 
John Hoyland, W. J. Doller, J. R. 
Sayers, M. McKinnon, Angus Gillies, 
J. R. Donaldson, T. T. Bower. 

CUSTOM HOUSE. 

(King, cor. Clarence. Examining 

Warehouse— 188 Ontario St. 
C. Hamilton, collector ; A. Shaw, 
surveyer ; R. D. Anglin, chief clerk ; 



Thomas Gaskin, second clerk ; W. 
Neish, third clerk ; M. J. Huddigan, 
fourth clerk ; T. Driver, appraiser ; T. 
Meagher, landing waiter ; S. Angrove, 
James Hanley, tide-waiters ; J. Quig- 
ley, W. Robinson, G. W. Comer, W. 
Graves, preventive officers ; G. H. 
Pigeon, messenger and packer; P. 
Nugent, packer in examining ware- 
house. 

INLAND REVENUE. 

(Ontario, corner Johnston.) 
District Inspector's office : W. L. 
Hamilton, District Inspector. 

COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. 

South Market Square. 

F. Rowland, collector; T. Grimason, 
deputy-collector ; C. T. Dickson, ac- 
countant ; A. Hawley, assistant ac- 
countant ; G. W. Browne, John O'Don- 
nell, C. M. Hamilton, officers ; E. 
Fahey, canals and excise. 

CANAL OFFICE. 

(Clarence Street.) 
Wm. Burrows, collector ; E. Fahey, 
assistant collector. 

STEAMBOAT INSPECTOR'S OF- 
FICE. 

(Clarence Street.) 
Thomas Donnelly, hull inspector ; 
Edward Adams, boiler inspector. 

GAS INSPECTION OFFICE. 
(Clarence Street.) 
Wm. Burrows, inspector. 

WEIGHTS & MEASURES OFFICE. 

(Clarence Street. 
J. A. McDonald, inspector. 

HIDE INSPECTOR'S OFFICE. 

(Clarence Street.) 
P. S. McKim, inspector. 



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Church of England. 

DIOCESE OF ONTARIO. 

Right Rev. John Travers Lewis, D. 
D., LL.D., D.C.L., Lord Bishop of 
Ontario. 

St. George's Hall.— Clerical Secre- 
tary's office. Rev. A. Spencer, sec'y. 

Depository — (279 King e) — Mrs. 
Fred. Prime, manager. 

Cathedral of St. George.— (King, 
corner Johnston street) — Rev. Buxton 
B. Smith, acting rector ; Rev. M. M. 
Harding, curate. 

St. James'. — (Union, corner Arch) 
— Bev. J. K. MacMorine, M.A., rector. 

St. Paul's. — (Queen, comer Mon- 
treal) — Rev. Rural Dean V\\ B. Carey, 
M.A., rector. 

All Saints'.— (320 Division) — Rev. 
R. W. Ray son, rector. 

St. Luke's.— (Nelson st.)— Rev. A. 
W. Cooke, rector. 

Hours of service — 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 

Methodwt. 

Sydenham street. — Rev. Dr. Griffith, 
pastor. 

Queen street. — Rev. James Kines, 
pastor. 

Brock street. — Rev. D. C. Sander- 
son, pastor. 

Princess street. — Rev. L. M. Eng- 
land, pastor. 

Hours of service — 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 

Congregational. 

First Congregational. — (Welling- 
ton, corner Johnston — Rev. S. N. 
Jackson, paistor. 

Bethel Church.— (Johnston, cor- 
ner Barrie) — Rev. D. McCormack, 
pastor. 

Charles Street Congregational 
Church. — Rev. Mr. Mitchell, pastor. 

Hours of service— IJ a.m. and 7 p.m. 

Presbyterian. 
Cooke's.— (201 Brock st.)— Rev. S. 
Houston, pastor. 



Chalmers'. — (Earl, comer Barrie) — 
Rev. Malcolm McGillivray, B. A., 
pastor. 

St. Andrew's. — (corner Princess and 
Clergy) — Rev. John Mackie, pastor. 

Pine Street. — Rev. Mr. Boyd, pas- 

tO)'. 

Hours of service — 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 

Baptist. 
(95 Johnston) — Rev. D. Laing, pas- 
tor — Services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 

Roman Catholic. 
St. Mary's Cathedral. — (corner 
Clergy and Johnston) — Hours of ser- 
vice : Mass every day at 7.30 a.m. 
Sundays — Summer, Low Mass, 7.30 
a.m. ; children's mass, 9.15 a.m. ; High 
Mass, 10.30 a.m; Vespers, 7.30 p.m. 
Winter — Low Mass, 8 a.m ; children's 
mass, 9. .30 a.m. ; High Mass, 11 a.m ; 
V^espers, 7.30 p.m. Most Rev. James 
Vincent Cleary, Archbishop of King- 
ston ; Rev. Thos. Kelly, secretary ; 
Revds. Thos. Murtagh, Jas. V. Neville, 
Thos. Carey, John Kehoe. 

Catholic Apostolic. 
(285 Queen street) — Services, 10a.m. 
and 5 p.m. 

SALVATION ARMY. 

(Barracks, Queen, cor. Bagot) 
Staff - Capt. Mclntyre, Divisional 
officer ; Captain Golden ; Lieutenant 
Sale. Services every evening at 8 
p.m. Sundays, 7, 11 a.m. ; 3, 7.30 
p.m. 

EDUCATIONAL. 

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY AND 
COLLEGE. 

Sandford Fleming, C.E., C.MG., 
LL.D., Chancellor ; Very Rev. George 
Monro Grant, M.A., D.D., Principal 
and Vice - Chancellor ; Rev. James 
Williamson, M.A., LL.D., Vice-Princi- 
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OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION. 

In Divinity. 
The Principal, Primariua Professor 
of Divinity : Rev. J. B. Mowat, M.A., 
D. D., Professor of Hebrew, Chaldee 
and Old Testament Exegesis ; Rev. 
Donald Ross, B. D. , D. D., Professor of 
Apologetics and New Testament Criti- 
cism ; Rev. Jas. Ross, M.A., B.D., 
Lecturer on Church History. 

In Arts. 

Rev. J. Williamson, M.A., LL.D., 
Professor of Astronomy ; Rev. J. B. 
Mowat, M. A., D. D., Professor of 
Hebrew ; Nathan F. Dupuis, M.A., F. 
B.S., Edin., Professor of Mathematics; 
Rev. (ieo. D. Ferguson, B.A., Profes- 
sor of History; John Watson, M.A , 
LL.D., Professor of Moral Philosophy ; 
John Fletcher, M.A., Oxon, Professor 
of Latin; D. H. Marshall, M.A., 
Edin., F.R.S.E., Professor of Physics ; 
Wm. L. Goodwin, B.Sc, Lon., D.Sc, 
Edin., Professor of Chemistry and 
Mineralogy ; James Cappon, M.A., 
Professor of English Language and 
Literature ; John Macgillivray, Ph.D., 
Leipsic, Professor of Modern Lan- 
guages ; Samuel W. Dyde, M.A., D. 
Sc, Professor of Mental Philosophy ; 
Rev. John McNaughton, M.A., Profes- 
sor of (ireek ; Rev. James Fowler, M. 
A., Professor of Natural Science ; 
Adam Shortt, M.A., Professor of Poli- 
tical Science ; Rev. Alex. B. Nichol- 
son, B.A., Assistant Professor of 
Latin and Greek and Lecturer in Com- 
parative Philology ; William Nickle, 
M.A., Assistant Professor in Chemistry 
and Lecturer in Mineralogy and Assay- 
ing ; N. R. Carmichael, ALA., Wil- 
liam Nickle, Tutor in Mathematics and 
H. A. Calvin, Tutor in Physics ; James 
O'Shea, B.A., T. A. Dawes Tutor in 
Modern Languages ; Daniel R. Drum- 
mond, M.A., James Isbister Tutor in 
Latin; Isaac Wood, M.A., and D. 
Cunningham, B.A., M.D., Tutors in 
Natural Science. 

Registrar of University Council, R. 
W. Shannim, M.A. ; Observatory Board 
The Principal, Professor Williamson, 



M. Flanagan, Esq.; Director of Observ- 
atory, Professor of Astronomy ; Cura- 
tors of the Libra ry. Professors M arshall 
and Ross; Librarian, Shortt, M.A.; 
Curator of Museum, Professor of Na- 
tural Science ; Examiner for Matricula- 
tion in Medicine, Norman R. Carmic- 
hael, M.A.; Examiners in Gaelic, Pro- 
fessors Macgillivray and Macnaughton, 
and Rev. M. Macgillivray, M.A.; Jan- 
itor, John Cormack. 

ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSI- 
CIANS AND SURGEONS. 

Fife Fowler, M.D., L.R.C.S., Edin., 
Professor of Theory and Practice of 
Medicine, and President of the Faculty; 
Michael La veil, M.D., Emeritus Pro- 
fessor; Hon. Michael Sullivan, M.D , 
F.R.C.P.S. K., Professor of Principles 
and Practice of Surgery ; Alfred S. Ol- 
iver, M.D., Emeritus Professor ; Thoa. 
R. Dupuis, M.D., F.R.C.P.S., and M. 
R.C.S., Eng., Professor of Clinical Sur- 
gery ; Prof. Goodwin, Queen's Univer- 
sity, Professor of Chemistry ; Prof. 
Fowler, Professor of Botany ; Kenneth 
N. Fenwick. M.A., M.D., M.R.(;.S., 
Eng., F.O.S., Edin., Professor of Ob- 
stetrics and (iynrecology ; William H. 
Henderson, M.D., M.R.C.S., Eng., 
Professor of Clinical Medicine ; R. W. 
Garratt, A.M., M.D., Professor of An- 
atomy ; H. J. Saunders, M.D., M.R. 
C.S., Eng., Professor of Medical Juris- 
prudence and Sanitary Science ; D. E. 
Mundell, B.A., M.D., Professor of Sur- 
gical Anatomj' and Pathology ; J. C. 
Connell, A.M., M.D. CM., Lecturer on 
Diseases of the Eye and Ear ; W. G. 
Anglin, M.D., M.R.C.S., Eng., F.O.S., 
Edin. , Professor of Physiology ; Ed- 
ward Ryan, B.A., M.D., Demonstrator 
of Anatomy and Lecturer on Histology ; 
John Herald, M.A , M.D., Professor of 
Matei ia Medica, and Therapeutics. 

WOMEN'S MEDICAL COLLEGE. 

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Faculty. 
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Women and Children. Marion Living- 
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Professor of Physiology and Histology. 
Elizabeth Smith-Shortt, M.D., Profes- 
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Botany — The Professor of Botany, 
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Established 1791. 
Teaching Staff. — Rector and Sci 
ence Master, A. P. Knight, M.A., M 
D. ; Classical Master, E. O. Sliter, B. A. 
Mnthematical Master, W. H Irvine, B 
A.; Modern Language Master, A. J 
Dales, M. A.; English Master, T A 
Brough ; Drawing Master, Chas. Wren 
shall : Drill Master, P. McGhie. 

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Cor. Bayot and Johnston Sts. 
Mother Ste. Wilfred, Superioress. 

ST. MARY OF THE LAKE. 

King Street West. 

Mother Ste. Cecilia, Superioress. 

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. 

Princess St. , cor. Montreal. 
Neil McNeill, president; W. Power 
and Rev. B. B. Smith, vice-presidents ; 
J. M. Machar, cor. -sec. ; VV. Neish, 
treasurer ; H. Crothers, rec. -sec. ; H. 
J. Spriggs, librarian. 

CATHOLIC LITERARY SOCIETY. 
Wellington St., cor. Princess. 
Meets second Monday in each month. 
J. J. Behan, president; M. J. Neville, 
vice-president ; John Brady, secretary ; 
Reading room and libi-ary are open 
every day and evening. 

MILITARY. 

Royal School of Gunnery, "A" Bat- 
tery, C. A., Tete Du Pont Barracks. 
Commandant and Assistant Inspector 
of Artillery, Lieut. -Col. W. H. Cotton ; 
Com. Battery, Major C. W. Drury ; 
Adjutant, Capt. V. B. Rivers; Captain, 
J. A. G. Hudon ; Lieutenant, F. M. 
Gaudet ; Surgeon- Major, J. L. H. 
Neilson ; Quartermaster, Brevet- Major 
John Fraser; Veterinary -Surgeon, Jas. 
Massie. 

Establishment of "A" R. S. G. — 1 
lieut. -col. , 1 major, 4 lieutenants, 1 sur- 
geon, I vet. -surgeon, 1 quartermaster, 
1 master gunner, 1 sergeant major, 1 
laboratory foreman, 1 ordnance armour 
er, 2 assistant gunnery instructors, 1 
trumpet major, 1 riding instructor, 1 
quartermaster sergeant, 6 sergeants, 4 
corporals, 4 bombadiers, 8 acting bom- 
badiers, 5 trumpeters, 115 gunners, and 
18 horses, making a total of 160 men. 

In addition to the above, 10 officers 
and 20 non-commissioned officers and 
men are allowed to join a short course 
of instruction. There are three short 
courses during the year. 

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Commandant, Maj. Gen. D. R. Cam- 
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History, Surveying, Military Topogra- 
phy, Reconnaissance, Strategy and 
Tactics, Major C. B. Mayne, R. E. 
Professor of Mathematics, Mechanics 
and Astronomy, I. E. Martin, B.A. 
Professor of Fortification, Military En- 
gineering, Geometrical Drawing and 
Descriptive Geometry, Capt. W. Hus- 
kisson, R.E. Professor of Artillery, 
Administration and Law, Major E. G. 
Edwards, R.A. Assistant Instructor 
in Fortification, Military Engineering, 
Geometrical Drawing and Descriptive 
(ieometry, Capt. A. H. Van Strauben- 
zee, R.E. Assistant Instructor in Math- 
ematics, Capt. A. G. G. Wurtele. As- 
sistant Instructor in Surveying, Mili- 
tary Topography, Physics and Chem- 
istry, Capt. J. B. Cochrane. Assistant 
Instructor in Mathematics, Lieutenant 
J. Alex. Moren, R.A. Professor of 
English, Rev. C. L. Worrell, M. A. Pro- 
fessor of Freehand Drawing and Paint- 
ing, Forshaw Day, R.C.A. Professor 
of French, A. D. Duval, M.D. Pro- 
fessor of Civil Engineering and Archi- 
tecture, R. C. Harris, C.E. Professor 
of Physics, Chemistry and Geology, 
John vVaddell, B. A., Ph. D., D. Sc. 
Medical Officer, Surg. Major J. L. H. 
Neilson, M.D. Paymaster, Hon. Capt. 
Frank Strange. 

4th regiment of cavalry. 

John Duff, Col.; H. S. Greenwood, 
Adjt. ; H R. Duff, .Surgeon ; Frederick 
Strange, Paymaster ; Edward Ming, 
Vet. -Surgeon ; Alex. VV. Strange, Rid- 
ing Master ; Thomas Todd, Quarter- 
master. 

No. 1 Troop. — Capt. A. Knight; 1st 
Lieut., (tbo. Purcell ; 2nd Lieut., Jos. 
Scriven. 

KINGSTON FIELD BATTERY. 

W. M. Drennan, MajorCommanding; 
J. A. Wilinot, Captain . R. E. Kent, 
1st Lieutenant ; George Moore 2nd 
Lieutenant ; H. J. Saunders, Surgeon. 

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derson, Surgeon ; Dr. R. W. Gariett, 
Assist. -Surgeon ; Major H. J. Spriggs, 
Quartermaster ; A. J. Sinclair, pay 
master. 

Captains — J. S. Skinner, W. G. 
Hinds, W. Hora, J; Murray, Jr., R. J. 
McKelvey, N. P. Joyner. 

Lieutenants — W. J. B. White, H. H. 
Gildersleeve, D.F. Armstrong, J. Mar- 
shall, D. R. Dupuis, J. A. Minnes, H. 
M. Jack, F. P. Taylor. 

SOCIETIES. 

MASONIC. 

Rose of Sharon Sovereign Chapter of 
Rose Croix de H.R.D.M. — Meets first 
Wednesday in each month. — Sov. P. 
H. Birtle, M.VV.S. ; Sov. P. H. J. 
Wilkinson, 1st Gen. ; Sov. P. H. Gil- 
len, 2nd Gen. ; 111. Bro. F. Day, sec'y. 

Kingston Lodge of Perfection, No. 7. 
— Meets third Thursday in each Month 
—Bro. F. Welch, 18°, T.P.G.M. ; Bro. 
H. J. Wilkinson, 18°, G.S.W. ; Bro. 
F. Gillen, 18°, G.J.W. ; Bro. John 
Kinghorn, 18°, sec'y. 

Knights Templar. — Hugh de Paynes 
Premier Prtceptory, No. 1. — Meets in 
Masonic Hall, King street e., second 
Monday in January, April, July, Octo- 
ber and December, and on the 18th of 
March. Em. Fr. VV. M. Drennan, 
Pres. Preceptor ; Fr. George Summer- 
ville. Constable; R. E. Fr. F. Row- 
land, Registrar ; R. E. Fr. John Kerr, 
Treasuier. 

Ancient Frontenac and Cataraqui 
Chapter, No. i.— Meets third Wed- 
nesday in each month — Ex. Comp. 
George Sommerville, Z. ; Ex. Comp. 
James Adams, H. ; Ex, Comp. Wm. 
Thomson, J. ; — Comp. J. B. Reid, 
Scribe E. 

Ancie7it St. John's Lodge, No. 5, G. 
R. C. — Meets first Thursday of each 



month— W. Bro. R. W. Garrett, W. 
M. ; W. Bro. W. J. Wilson, S.W. ; 
W. Bro. Forshaw Day, J.W. ; V. Bro. 
John Sutherland, Secretary. 

Cataraqui Lodge, No. 92, G. R. C, 
— Meets 2nd VVednesday in each 
month— W. Bro. Wm. Gibb, W.M. ; 
W. Bro. H. D. Bibby, S.W. ; W. Bro. 
M. S. Sutherland, J.W. ; R. W. D. 
Callaghan, Secretary. 

Minden Lodge, No. S53, G. R. C — 
Meets first Monday in each month — 
W. Bro. J. P. Oram, W.M. ; W. Bro. 
R. R. Creighton, S.W. ; W. Bro. T. 
D. Minnes, J.W. ; W. Bro. W. Gill, 
Secretary. 

ODD-FELLOWS. 

Canton Kingston, No. 6, Patriarchs 
Militant. — Meets first Thursday in hall 
over City Drug Store, cor. Princess 
and Montreal streets. — John Bullis, 
Capt. and Comdt. ; G. Lee, Lieuten- 
ant ; Wm. J. Moore, Ensign ; Paul 
Ohlke, Clerk ; R. F. Elliott, Accoun- 
tant. 

Kingston Encampment, No. 15. — 
2nd and 4th Monday. — Hall, Princess, 
cor. Montreal. — George Wright, C.P. ; 
Wm. Patterson, S.W. ; John Mc- 
Waters, H.P. ; John Hunter, J.W. ; 
Joseph Savier, Sec. ; W. Saunders. 
F.S. ; J. E. Dillon, Treasurer. 

Kingston Lodge, No. 59. — Meets 
every Friday. — Hall, over City Drug 
Store, Princess, cor. Montreal. John 
McWaters, N.G. ; W. Saunders, P.S. ; 
Robt. Charlton, Treasurer. 

Cataraqui Lodge, No. 10.— Meets 
every Tuesday. — Hall, Wilkinson's 
block, Princess, cor. Montreal. J. 
Powley, N.G. ; W. J. Moore, R.S. ; 
M. W. Sine, P.S. ; J. S. R. McCann, 
Treasurer. 

Odd-Fellovvs' Relief Association 
OF Canada, Wellington, cor. Clar- 
ence. — Fife Fowler, M.D., President; 
W. Dunn, Vice-President ; Robert 



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Meek, Secretary ; Daniel Callaghan, 
Treasurer. 

Daughters of Rebecca, Louise 
Lodge, No. 10. — Meets 1st and 3rd 
Monday. Sister Mary Adams, N.G. ; 
Sister Woodrow, V.G. ; Sister Hender- 
son, R.S, ; Sister Lee, F.S.; Sister 
Oberndorffer, Treasurer. 

I. O. 0. F., M. U.— Loyal Forward 
Lodge, No. 6,873.— Meets 1st and 3rd 
Tuesday. J. Gates, N.G. ; G, Wilson, 
V.G. ; J. Hardiman, P.S. ; J. H. 
Hardiman, R.S. 

Canadian Order of Odd-Fellows, 
Manchester Unity, St. Lawrence 
Lodge, No. 113. — Meets 1st Monday, 
S.O.T. Hall, cor. Princess and Mont- 
real. R. W. Allen, N.G. ; E. R. Mar- 
tin, V.G. ; C. D. Chown, Secretary ; 
J. Baird, Treasurer. 

independent order foresters. 

Court Frontenac, No. 59. — Inde- 
pendent Order meets every 2nd and 
4th Thursday. Hall, Princess, corner 
Montreal. VY. M. Drennan, CD; H. 
Hunter, C.R. ; R. W. Allen, V.C.R. ; 
J. S. R. McCann, R.S. ; J. R. Ratten- 
bury, Treasurer ; S. Lowe, F.S. 

CANADIAN ORDER FORESTERS. 

Court Stanley, No. 199. — Meets 
2nd and 4th Friday. R. D. Baker, 
C.R. ; W. J. Woollard, V.C.R. ; An- 
drew Brown, T. ; L. Robinson, F.S. 

A. o. u. w. 
Wm. Dunn, D.D.G.M. 

(Hall, Princess, cor. Montreal.) 

Limestone No. 91. — Meets 2nd and 
4th Thursday. Chas. Smeaton, M.W. ; 
J. Laturney, F. ; John Hopkirk, O. ; 
John Rockwell, Financier; VV. H. God- 
win, Recorder. 

Kingston Legion Select Knights. 
— Meets 4th Monday. Thomas King, 
Select Commander ; A. C. McMahon, 



L.C. ; W. H. Godwin, Recorder; T. 
D. Minnes, Treasurer ; R. E. Aiken, 
F.S. 

SEPTENNIAL BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

Kingston Lodge No. 11. — Meets in 
Fraser's Hall, King st. e, every '2nd 
Tuesday. R. Crawford, President; J. 
Galloway, Vice-President; VV. H. God- 
win, sec; A. Brown, treas. 

ROYAL arcanum. 

St. Lawrence Court, No. 905. — 
Meets 2nd and 4th Fridays. J. Mc- 
Laughlin, Regent ; J. M. Shaw, P. R. ; 
J. E. Twigg, V.C; R. D. Anglin, Sec- 
retary ; G. S. Fenwick, Treasurer ; A. 
Shaw, Collector. 

loyal orange association. 
[Halt, S3 Princess Street.) 
No. 6 meets 2nd Wednesday in each 
month. John Williams, W.M. ; J. 
Spooner, Secretary. 

No. 291 meets 2nd Friday in each 
month. Henry Dunbar, W.M. 

No. 316 meets 1st Tuesday in each 
month. Geo. Pigion, W.M.; Joseph 
Anderson, Secretary. 

No. 325 meets 1st Thursday. Robert 
Moxley, W.M.; S. Swan, Secretary. 

No. 352 meets 1st Friday. John Gas- 
kin, W.M.; Wm. Neill, Secretary. 

No. 577 meets 2nd Monday. Wm. 
Corbett, W.M.; J. Shannessy, Sec'y. 

No. 1, Derry Lodge 'Prentice Boys 
— R. D. Baker, W.M.; H. Angrove, 
Secretary. Meets 1st and 3rd Mon- 
days. 

No. l(j, BoYNE Lodge, True Blues 
— J. Connelly, W.M.; J. Gowan, Sec- 
retary. Meets last Monday in each 
month. 

Orange Young Britons, Gaskin 
Lodge, No. 261 . Meets 2nd Thursday. 



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John Steele, W.M.; B. Gibson, Secre- 
tary. 

Royal Scarlet District Chapter 
— Edward Bennett, VV. inC; S. Swan, 
Scribe. Meets on the 14th of each 
month. 

Royal Black Preceptory, No. 139. 
—Sir Kt. James Marshall, W.P.; Sir 
Kt. David Brown, Registrar. Meets 
every 3rd Thursday. 

ORDER CANADIAN HOME CIRCLE. 

Kingston Circle, No. 105. — Meets 
1st and 3rd Monday. Hall, Wilkinson 
Building, Montreal st, cor. Princess. 
John Murray, L. ; J. W. Madden, Sec- 
retary ; C.T. Smith, Treasurer; W. H. 
Godwin, F.S.; J. Crawford, G.; David 
Rae, S. 

TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 

sons of temperance. 
St. Lawrence, No. 2. — Meets every 
Thursday, Montreal, corner of Princess. 
John Schroder, W.P.; R. M. Horsey, 
Scribe. 

NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 
ST. George's society. 
E. H. Smythe, LL.D., President; 
Joseph Salter, 1st Vice President; John 
Green, 2nd Vice President ; J. A. B. 
Smith, Secretary; Wm. Pipe, Treas. ; 
Revs. Cook and Cartwright, Chaplains ; 
Drs. Saunders and T. M. Fen wick. 
Physicians. 

SONS OF ENGLAND. 

Joseph Salter, G. D. M. 
Leicester Lodge, No. 33. — Meets 
2nd and last Tuesday. Edward Scrut- 
ton. President ; John Martin, Vice- 
President ; W. H. Cruse, Secretary; 
Thomas Lambert, Treasurer. 

Ttne Lodge, No. 79. — Meets 2nd 
and 4th Wednesday. W. M. Drennan, 
President ; James Bloomley, Vice-Pres- 
ident ; Walter Whitshere, Secretary ; 
Frank Berry, Treasurer. 



sons of SCOTLAND. 

SiK Wm. Wallace Camp, No. 13. — 
Meets first Tuesday in Sons of Temper- 
ance Hall. Alex. Horn, Chief ; John 
Mackie, (^hieftan ; John Massie, Rec. 
Secretary; Wm. Dunnett, F.S. ; Wm. 
Stewart, Treasurer; John McMillan, 
Marshall ; Robt. Weir and Jas. Clark, 
Pipei's ; A. McKenzie, Standard Bear- 
er ; Ed. Law and Henry Mcintosh, 
Guards. 

ST. Andrew's society. 
NeilMcNeill, President; Jas. Massie, 
Vice-President ; Alex. Horn, Sec'y. 

ST. Patrick's society. 
R. J. Bowes, President ; M. Meag- 
her, Vice President; L. O'Brien, Treas- 
urer ; F. Cicolari, Rec. Secretary ; P. 
McLaugliliu, Grand Marshall. Meets 
every 2nd Sunday in St. Patrick's Hall, 
Wellington staeet. 

CATHOLIC SOCIETIES. 

confraternity of the holy family. 
Men's Branch meets first Sunday in 
each month at 3:30 p. m. Women's, 1st 
Friday at 7:30 p.m. 

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY. 

Meets every Sunday afternoon in St. 
Mary's Vestry at 2.30 p.m. F. Crim- 
mons. President ; Lawrence O'Brien, 
Vice-President ; M. E. Brennan, Sec- 
retary ; Edward Fahey, Treasurer. 

CHILDREN of MARY. 

Miss Kate Tucker, President. 

CATHOLIC MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION 
BRANCH NO. 9. 

Wm. Purtell, President; H. A. La 
Croix, 1st Vice-President ; J. Farmer 
2nd Vice-President ; James Coyle, Sec 
retary ; W. J. Christmas, Fin. Sec'y 
VV. Shanahan, Treasurer ; J. Collins 
Marshall; James Barry, Guard; Re 
presentative to Grand Council, J. J 
Behan ; alternate, M. Brennan. J. J 
Behan, Chancellor. 



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YOUNG irishmen's CATHOLIC BENEVO- 
LENT ASSOCIATION. 

Branch No. 483, I. C. B. U. -J. J. 
Behan, President ; T. Harrison, 1st 
Vice ; J. Linaugh, 2nd Vice ; Daniel 
Egan, Rec. Sec.; Joseph Gratton, Fin. 
Sec; E. Clayton, Treasurer; C. Mil- 
Ian, Marshal; James Hughes, Sergt. - 
at- Arms. 

CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

St. Mary's Court, No. 150. — Hall, 
195 Ontario street. John E. Kean, 
Chief Ranger; J. T. Catlin, Vice Chief 
Ranger ; T. P. Redmond, Cor. Sec. ; 
E. J. Clayton, Fin. Sec; J. Gallivan. 
Treasurer. 

BANKS. 

Bank of British North America, 
City Buildings. — Geo. A. Robinson, 
Manager ; W. E. Phillpotts, Accoun- 
tant ; Robt. R. F. Harvey, Teller ; 
G. P. Mackenzie, Ledger Keeper ; 
Henry Cartwright, Clerk ; Reuben 
Stafford, Messenger. 

Merchants Bank, King, corner 
William. — Geo. E. Hague, Manager ; 
W. G. Hinds, Accountant ; W. B. 
Browne, Teller; Lawrence Hague, 
Discount {'lerk ; M. J. Crookall, Led- 
ger ; C. M. Wrenshall, Clerk ; Wm. 
MacMorine, Clerk. 

Bank of Montreal, King, corner 
William. — C. E. L. Porteuus, Man- 
ager ; H. S. Dupuy, Accountant ; J. B. 
G. Shaw, Teller; E. H. Retallack, 
Ledger ; C. S. Laidlaw, Discount 
Clerk; H. E. C. Wonham, Clerk; 
Frank Porter, Messenger. 

Ontario Bank, (lolden Lion Block, 
Wellington, corner Clarence. — T. Y. 
Greet, Manager ; H. Howard, Accoun- 
tant ; G. H. Mitchell, Teller; J. A. 
McArthur, Clerk ; F. X. Rogers, Mes- 
senger. 

MLSCELLANEOUS. 
Kingston Hospital. — Governors tx 
Officio : The County Judge, the Mayor 



of Kingston, the Warden of Frontenac, 
the SherifiF of Frontenac. The Ten 
Life Governors : Sir R. J. Cartwright, 
Hon. M. Sullivan, M.D., B. M. Brit- 
ton, John DufiF, Edwin Chown, Wm. 
Ford, J. B. Carruthers, Dr. 0. S. 
Strange, E. J. B. Pense, B. W. Robert- 
son- The Subscription Governors : Sir 
A. Campbell, Hon. G. A. Kirkpatrick, 
Ira A. Breck, Alex. Gunn, H. A. Cal- 
vin, K. N. Fenwick, M.D. , Principal 
Grant, E. H. Smythe, W. H. Hender- 
son, M.D. , T. R. Dupuis, M.D., James 
Richardson. Officers : Chairman of 
the Board of Governors, Hon. G. A. 
Kirkpatrick ; attending Medical Offi- 
cers, Dr. T. R. Dupuis, Dr. A. S. Oli- 
ver, Dr. K. N. Fenwick, Dr. J, C. 
Connell, Dr. VV'. H. Henderson ; Sec'y- 
Treas., J. E. Clark ; Medical Superin- 
tendent, Dr. Kilborn. 

Hotel Dieu, Brock street. — Sister 
Jennet Macdonnell, Superioress; Dr.M. 
Sullivan, Dr. D. Phelan, Physicians. 

The Hotel Dieu Female Orphan 
Asylum is in connection. 

House of Povidence, Sister Mary 
Edward, Superioress. 

Protestant Orphans' Home, Union 
street, opposite Drill Shed. — Charles 
Gould, Manager. 

House of Industry, 326 Montreal 
street. — Anthony English, Superinten- 
dent. 

Kingston Penitentiary. — M. La- 
vell, M.D. , Warden; Wm. Sullivan, 
Deputy Warden ; O. S. Strange, M. 
D. , Surgeon; S. W. Scobell, Accoun- 
tant ; Rev. C. E. Cartwright, Protes- 
tant (Jhaplain ; Rev. Father Quinn, 
R. C. Chaplain ; Miss Fahey, Matron ; 
Miss M. Smith, Deputy Matron; R. 
Hewtoi., Chief Keepei ; Robert R. 
Creighton, Clerk ; P. O'Donnell, Store- 
keeper ; James Weir, Steward. 

Asylum for the Insane (Post Office, 
Kingston). — C. K. Clarke, Medical 
Superintendent; J. Robinson, M.D., 



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Assistant Medical Superinteadent ; J. 
Webster, M.D., Assistant Physician ; 
Wm. Anglin, Bursal' ; Allan McLean, 
Steward ; Mrs. Geo. Pierce, Matron. 

Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion, 123 Princess. — W. L. Goodwin, 
President; G. M. Macdonnell, Q.C., 
Vice-President ; G. E. Hague, Treas- 
urer ; G. E. Williams, General Secre- 
tary. Meetings — Sunday, 4.15 p.m. 
Young Men's Gospel Meeting; Mon 
day, 7.30 p.m., Training Classes 
Thursday, Social evening ; Friday 
7.30p.m. Junior Department; Satur 
day, 8 p.m., Bible Study. Free read 
ing room, open every day. 

Young Women's Christian Asso- 
ciation, 128 Clarence. — Miss Machar, 
Secretary. 

Humane Society. — R. S. Dobbs, 
Sec. -Treasurer ; Leon Verbeck, In- 
spector. 

RAILWAYS. 

Kingston & Pembroke.— (Offices, 
Ontario street, opposite City Hall) — 

C. F. Gildersleeve, President ; John 

D. Flower, Vice-President; T. W. 
Nash, Sec.-Treas. and Chief Engineer; 
B. W. Folger, Superintendent ; F. A. 
Folger, jr.. Assistant Superintendent ; 
Kirkpatrick & Rogers, Solicitors ; F. 
Conway, Assistant Freight and Pas- 
senger Agent ; Wm. Erwiu, Road 
Master; N. Parent, Paymaster; M. 
J. Neville, Auditor. 

Kingston, Napanee & Western. — 

E. W. Rathbun, General Manager; 
H. B. Sherwood, Superintendent and 
General Freight and Passenger Agent ; 
R. J. Wilson, Kingston, agent C.P.R. 
Tel. Co., Clarence, cor. Ontario. 

STAGE ROUTES. 

All stages leave Windsor Hotel, 
cor. Princess and Montreal sts. 



Battersea Stage— William Arthur, 
proprietor. Leaves Tuesday, Thursday 
& Saturday at 3 p.m. Battersea stage, 
Tunis Ferguson, proprietor. Leaves 
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3 
p.m. Fare, 25 cents. 

Kingston & Gananoque Stage. — 
J. B. Brennan, proprietor. Leaves 
daily at 3 p.m. 

Newboro Stage. — Webb (]opeland, 
proprietor. Leaves daily at 7 a.m. ; 
arrives at 3 p.m. Fare, $1.50. 

Inverary Stage. —J. Stonness, pro- 
prietor. Leaves daily at 3 p.m. 

Napanee Stage.— H. Finkle, pro- 
prietor. Leaves daily at 3 p. m. 

Sydenham Stage. — Daily 3 p.m. 

Bath Stage (winter only)— A. Ails- 
worth, proprietor. Leaves daily at 3 
p.m. Fare, 50 cents. 

DIVISION COURT CLERKS. 

No. I, Wm. Robinson, Kingston ; 
No. 2, P. McKim, Cataraqui; No. 3, 
Charles Ruttan, Sydenham ; No. 4, 
Alex. Grant, Verona ; No. 5, John Mc- 
Grath, Inverary'; No. 6, Jesse Shibley, 
Sharbot Lake. 

COUNTY OFFICIALS. 

J. E. Watson, Warden ; C. V. Price, 
Judge; Wm. Ferguson, Sheriff; J. D. 
Thompson, Registrar; B. M. Britton, 
Clerk of the Peace and Crown At- 
torney ; Arch. McGill, County Court 
Clerk and Deputy Clerk of Crown 
and Peace and Registrar Surrogate 
Court; Thomas F. Vanluven, Treas- 
urer; D. J. Walker, County Clerk; 
Wm. Spankie, B.A., M.D., Inspec- 
tor of Public Schools ; C. H. Cor- 
bett. Governor of Jail; A. S. Oliver, 
M. D., Surgeon County Jail ; John 
Shepherd, Court House Keeper. 



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